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ALL KINDS ALL KINDS ALL KINDS ALL
KINDS ALL KINDS PEOPLE ALL KINDS
ALL KINDS PEOPLE ALL KINDS ALL
KINDS ALL KINDS PEOPLE PEOPLE PEOPLE
The world is a myriad of minds and
bodies — the world as one — a people,
a body, a unit as one — the earth, a part
of the universe, a part of the vastness of
the Creator. That makes a world
7 — 7
come together as
one, though within
the unit there are
molded by another
and yet another still.
With victory, we side
as many different ideas
as persons. Each
merges with another
with defeat we
turn away. Yet,
some have to win,
to form a new
concept of life, only
to be shaped and
others must lose. Strife,
disunity, hate — war —
for the good of
of individuals made up of aM kinds- Pe °p |e
strive — in all things there is
need of many — a mixture. We have a tendency to group — all youth is good or all youth is bad
— never an in-between. This denotes a lack of understanding or communication — or both. We
group yet we wish not to be grouped. The feeling on the part of many — be an individualist, but
conform to my way. True?
ND BRINGING W r
TO ONE'S OWN
IT TAKES ALL
KINDS OF PEOPLE. ALL
ALL NEED TO BE.
and unity becomes a part of us. All kinds of people, each a world within himself.
All have their proper places. Understanding is essential. Why not come together?
Some people listen,
others simply pretend.
There is instruction.
After all . . .
This is the purpose,
le talkers, too, must he*a*>They can learn.
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Mr. E.E. Brickell has again served
Virginia Beach City Schools in the ca-
pacity of Superintendent. In this
position, he has many responsibilities
to an unlimited number of people. He
must accomplish a great deal in a time
when much effort is required to get
even little done.
He must speak to many when
numbers of people are unwilling to
listen. Yet, despite his many demands
and obstacles, he effects many
advances in our educational system.
Mr. E.E. Brickell — Superintendent of Schools.
EDUCATION IS HIS LIFE'S WORK
Many times in life words become in-
adequate. Often those times come
with parting. It is with this in mind that
the following is said.
Mr. Morris was the center who laid
the foundation for what Kempsville
High School has become. For this
alone, much is owed to him.
As a leader, he has set an example,
and has filled his position in a manner
to be respected. As a man, he has
become even more important to us.
He is a man of conscience and
concern. He is a man who thinks and
shares his thoughts.
We are very much aware of his feel-
ings toward his fellow man for his
warmth is felt in interaction.
We thank you, Mr. Morris, for giving
of yourself and hope we, too, have
served you well. If it is true that a man
gets out of life what he puts into it,
you have much to gain. Certainly you
can leave this position with a sense of
pride and with the knowledge that
much of you remains with us.
Mr. N.W. Morris — Principal — Kempsville High School.
A MAN OF
One has only to observe to see a man of feeling.
Mr. Morris assists with homecoming.
PROVE WORTHY OF
Mr. Shields is the assistant principal
in charge of discipline at Kempsville
High School. The attitude he expresses
is one of concern and interest in the
students with whom he deals every
day. Although his job may seem trying
at times, he is always alert to the
problems of others and helps them in
any way he can.
Mr. Fields is the assistant principal
in charge of instruction. In his second
year at Kempsville he has become an
essential part of our school. His main
duties are to supervise the curriculum
and to guide teachers in their
processes of instruction. He is a vital
part of our school.
STAFF AIDS K.H.S.
There are five ladies to whom all
K.H.S. owes a great deal of thanks.
They are the secretaries of our school.
Many duties have to be performed
in order for a school to operate
effectively. These ladies are often
behind-the-scenes but always fulfilling
Mrs. Poff's role as Kempsville High's
nurse demands that her attention be
focused on the students. Her concern
for each individual's welfare is evident.
Her duties are well performed.
NEEDS OF STUDENTS FOREMOST
The position of a counselor has
been defined as: "A professional edu-
cator with specialized, graduate level
training in counseling and related
guidance services whose major
concern is for the normal, develop-
mental needs and problems of all the
pupils for whom he is responsible."
As is obvious from the above, the
role of counselors in secondary
schools is a demanding one. It ranges
from individual encounters with
students to assisting in the taking of
varied scholastic tests.
Counselors help undergraduate
students to plan for their future years
in high schools. They help seniors
apply for college acceptance.
The counselors have served the
students at K.H.S. enthusiastically.
They have been guided most
effectively by Mrs. Fritch,
IN MINDS OF COUNSELORS
Mrs. Helen H. Dillon brings her edu-
cational career to an end this year after
twenty-three years of service.
During those years Mrs. Dillon has
served in several capacities. She has
also been a counselor. It is in the latter
position that we of K.H.S. have known
her. It is obvious that she is keenly
aware of student needs.
At a person's leaving, many
thoughts are brought to mind. It is
difficult to express thanks to one who
has given so much of herself. We can
only realize that she has been a friend
and helper to many. Her reward, we
hope, is found in our awareness of this
Mrs. Helen H. Dillon
ENGLISH FOCUSES ON INDIVIDUAL
Living in an age of seemingly end-
less information, students come to ed-
ucation surrounded by facts, and stand
a good chance of leaving education as
little more than programmed citizens.
The English department, as well as
other departments at Kempsville,
attempts to create an atmosphere rich
in selectivity so that students can be
aware of the many facets of life.
AWARENESS AND EXPRESSION
The department wants students to
come to an awareness of their own
worth as individuals and of the
importance of their own ideas and dis-
coveries. Having potential is one thing,
using it another. The department is
headed by Mrs. Smith.
Under the direction of Mrs. West,
the Drama department teaches the in-
tegral parts of play production.
Broadening the student's knowledge
of the world is the basic goal of the
social studies department at
Kempsville High School. Together with
new materials and enthusiastic
approaches, students gain richer
insights of not only the past world but
of the present as well as those times
Mrs. Peterson is serving her sixth
year in the capacity as department
chairman at K.H.S.
SOCIAL STUDIES PROVES RELEVANT
In today's world of instant com-
munication, increased trade and
tourism, the importance of learning a
foreign language has never been more
evident. The way for us to live with,
trade with, and communicate with the
people of other nations, is to learn to
speak to them in their language.
The instruction of foreign languages
at Kempsville is facilitated in the use of
the two language labs which expose
the student to a variety of speech.
Mrs. Petroff is head of this
NEW EMPHASIS PLACED ON ECOLOGY
The science department, headed by
Mr. Perry, offers courses in Biology,
Chemistry, Physical Sciences, and
New textbooks were added to the
science curriculum this year, and
served to increase interest and relativi-
ty. In the area of chemistry two books
have been used this year to determine
the more effective source. From this
and other concerns of the science
department, it is evident that they
strive for the best possible means of
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PRIMARY OBJECTIVE — VOCATIONAL
I he overall goal of our business
department is to train our students to
a high level of vocational competency.
We use an integrated learning
approach in teaching office
occupations. That is, we seek to teach
the student all facets of work related
to a particular office occupation.
Office work is an expanding area of
employment. We wish to aid in
training and placing students in these
The department is headed by Mrs.
CALCULATOR STIRS INTEREST
The math department, headed by
William R. Watson, has again
increased its number of teachers and
students this year. The courses offered
are those necessary to fulfill the
minimum requirements for gradua-
tion, those required specially for the
college-bound student; and those
desired by the non-college student.
Instruction in slide rule was
introduced a year ago in Algebra II, is
used extensively in Trigometry and
Industrial arts education is designed
to help prepare individuals for meet-
ing the requirements of a technical
Industrial arts brings about whole-
some changes in the learner by
affecting his habits and attitudes. The
department strives to develop in each
student an insight and understanding
of industry and technology.
It has been said by many that the in-
dustrial arts department of Kempsville
is the best in the city of Virginia Beach.
This is Mr. Curtin's first year as head
of this department.
Mr. Pin el I
STUDY OF TECHNOLOGY ESSENTIAL
INDIVIDUAL POTENTIALS DEVELOPED
The teachers grouped collectively
on this page have one major objective
in common. It is their ambition to de-
velop individual potential to its fullest.
Each, of course, works in his own area.
Mr. Parnell is head of D.E., Mrs.
Partin is the head of art, Mrs. Frazier of
home economics, Mr. Cole of band
and Mr. Sawyer of choral instruction.
P.E. CO-ORDINATES MIND AND BODY
More emphasis was given to general
physical fitness rather than skills in the
physical education classes this year.
This program of sound physical
conditioning was coordinated within
the regular activities of seasonal
Cross country was another new
feature added to the program this
year, not only as an aid in physical
fitness but to increase interest in track
and field events.
Classroom instruction in the P.E.
classes enables one to have a better
understanding of all phases of physical
health. It is obvious how very
important instruction of this nature is
to the individual.
Mr. Weller heads this department.
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SERVICES RENDERED FOR STUDENTS
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The special education department
of K.H.S. is outstanding in its ways of
communication with their students.
Mr. Wilde is chairman.
The library, headed by Mr. Braun, is
growing and expanding every day with
the help of new materials.
Our reading department was
established to help broaden the
reading capabilities of students. Mrs.
Haynie is the reading teacher.
Mrs. Sullivan and Mr. Crouch have
two completely different jobs but one
object in common, that is service. Mrs.
Sullivan is head dietician and Mr.
Crouch is head of the custodial staff.
MISS IMAGE— 1972
MARSHALL REIGNS AS MISS IMAGE
Miss Image for this year was Kathy
Marshall. The crowning took place at
the Kempsville — Kellam home
basketball game. Becky Matthews,
Miss Image 1971, crowned her
successor during half-time at the
Each year Miss Image is chosen by
the students of Kempsville High
School. Suggestions made by the
students were given to a group of sen-
ior teachers who limited the list to six
Miss Image escorted by Don Hauck.
Kathy is crowned by Becky Matthews — Miss Image — 1971.
Enthusiasm shown by contestants.
Special congratulations given.
Miss Image is an example of the
ideal student. Many characteristics are
considered. It is not necessary for her
to be outstanding academically, yet
her standing is of importance. First and
foremost is her attitude, as is evident
in her actions at school. School spirit,
citizenship, personality, and appear-
ance are considered. The honor is one
to be respected.
I his year, the contestants were:
Cindy Hicks, Stephanie Holt, Lu Ann
Lundy, Theresa Remicci, and
DANCE HONORS MISS IMAGE
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Cindy Domme, 1970 queen, and princesses.
"Cage the Falcons."
DEBI FOREHAND — HOMECOMING QUEEN
Cindy Domme crowns her successor.
The second annual Homecoming
was a night which present and past
students of Kempsville High will
remember for years to come. Circling
around the field were cars and floats
of all colors and sizes. The football
players added to the excitement by
winning the second Homecoming
The highlight of the night came at
Debi Forehand is chauffered around the field.
half-time. The band and drill team
combined to perform an outstanding
show. Adding to the pageantry, the
Homecoming court and class
princesses paraded onto the field
through an archway of batons.
From the five girls on the court,
Debbie Forehand was chosen
Homecoming queen for 1971.
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Debi Forehand crowned queen of
Debbie Forehand has been a credit
to our high school and certainly
deserves recognition. She has been co-
captain of the Varsity cheerleaders,
member of Y-Teens and the Girl's Ath-
letic Association. She was also
alternate to Girl's State. The
Homecoming Queen is chosen on the
basis of activities, appearance, and her
contributions to Kempsville High.
Candidates were: Faye Mayton, Carol
Sykes, Mary Domme, Debbie
Forehand, and Kathy Marshall.
Kathy Marshall, Faye Mayton, Mary Domme, Carol Sykes, Debbie
Kathy Marshall Forehand.
VICTORY ADDS TO EXCITEMENT
Mr. Morris congratulates Debbie
The Student Cooperative Associa-
tion serves as a voice for the student
body to fellow students, faculty, and
administration. The success of any ac-
tivity or project sponsored by the SCA
depends on the effort and enthusiasm
of each student at Kempsville. Each
student is urged to take part in Execu-
tive Council meetings and to feel free
to express any suggestions or ideas to
the council members.
Mrs. West sponsors the organiza-
tion, and this year's officers are: Bill
Baxter, President; Hank Jones, Vice-
President; Phyllis Ashley, Secretary;
Cassandra Stancil, Treasurer; and Elly
President — Bill Baxter
Vice-President — Hank Jones
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Historian — Elly Bradshau
Secretary — Phyllis Ashley
Treasurer — Cass Stancil
Creativity and diligent labor are
two necessities in the production of
a yearbook. The Image staff has
combined these two factors to
compile a book, which hopefully
reproduces the characteristics of
Kempsville High School.
Every year the staff selects a theme
which conveys the feeling of people
at KHS. Realizing that each person
has a proper place, we have chosen
to represent the many different peo-
ple at Kempsville by the theme "All
Kinds of People."
Much credit and recognition go to
Miss Pleasants and Miss Dilday, the
sponsors for this years's book.
BUSINESS MANAGER — Sarah Forbes EDITOR— Stephanie Holt
IMAGE DEPICTS LIFE AT K.H.S.
ASSISTANT EDITOR — Carolyn Menge
NUMBER OF ADDITIONS
Editor — El ly Bradshaw; Assistant
Editor — Trina Bullock.
Row One: Bob Vogel, Kathy O'Hara, Beth DiPace, Connie Laube, Vanessa Halvorsen, Brian
Catlin. Row Two: Dottie Robey, Ida Hardison, Becky Nelson, Becky Bruner, Debbie Parker,
David Knack, Gay Harrington, Trina Bullock, El ly Bradshaw.
The purpose of The Treaty is to
inform the student body of the events
of the school and the problems of the
surrounding community. The Treaty is
published monthly plus special
editions such as Homecoming,
Christmas and Graduation. Various
columns, Dear Lubby, and classified
ads were added as regular features this
The editorial staff is aided by the
journalism class which submits materi-
al to the paper. Mrs. Seeley sponsors
the staff again this year.
Newspaper work takes extreme concentration.
Strong thoughts arouse good ideas.
RUTABAGA FUDGE— PRIZE TITLE
The name of the literary magazine
was changed this year from Calliope to
Rutabaga Fudge to exemplify the mod-
ern views held by the student body.
The aim of Rutabaga Fudge is to
provide an opportunity for students to
publish poems, essays, and short
Mrs. Beverly Dobson served as
sponsor in producing the magazine.
Kathy O'Hara, Editor-in-Chief.
Writing staff proofreads students' work.
Terri Annas, James Maddux, Teresa Adams, Robert Yarborough, Margaret Keyes, Hank Jones, Corrine Miller, Roy Norville, Anne Morris, Scot
Daniels, Theresa Remicci, Trina Bullock, Mark Doersch, Beth DiPace, Christie Topolski, Cay Harrington, Kathy O'Hara.
GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATE
Boys' and Girls' State, sponsored by
the American Legion, are programs
which teach the organization and
operation of state and local govern-
ments. This, of course, consists of the
executive, legislative, and judicial
branches. The program also gives
much insight into the workings of the
two-party functions at conventions
and campaigns. Citizens hold offices
ranging from building inspector to
Boys' State was held at the College
of William and Mary. Radford College
was the site for Girls' State.
Row One: Bruce McKinney, El ly Bradshaw. Row Two: Hank )ones, Karen Painter.
Row Three: John Chudacek, Becky Matthews. Row Four: James Maddux, Lynn
Howard. Row Five: Bill Pascall, Cassandra Stancil.
Officers: Vice-President — Cindy Hicks; Sergeant-at-Arms —
Mike Player; Treasurer — Cass Stancil; President — John
The National Honor Society is made
up of students selected throughout the
school who best exemplify the
qualities of character, leadership,
service, and scholarship.
"Probably no honor or responsi-
bility conferred by the school excells
that represented by the National
Honor Society. It represents the
fundamental objectives for which
schools are instituted and gives recog-
nition to those who have attained
most nearly the desired ends. Other
honors recognize specialized ability,
skill or talent; but this society looks
upon education as a total product
meansured by the four dimensions of
life," commented principal N.W.
Morris when the National Honor Soci-
ety was officially formed at Kempsville
Row One: Adele Dennis, Linda Wilson, Theresa Remicci, Beth Wade, Dale Stevens, Laurie Wilson, Bonnie
Forbes, Marilyn Smith, Karen Booher. Row Two: |an Dickinson, Stephanie Holt, Ginger Hobson, James
Maddux, Debbie Simmer, Beth DiPace, Julia Frazier, Cindy Hicks. Row Three: Cass Stancil, Linda
Hendrickson, Debbie Williams, Gay Harrington, Fred Brewer, Debbie Wenger, Bruce McKinney, Elly
Bradshaw. Row Four: Gail Lowe, Becky Matthews, Carol Sykes, Mike Player, Sharon Williams, Kathy Marshall,
AND CONNIE LAUBE
The International Thespian Troupe
3027 was established in 1966. The
group's purpose is to present plays
with both a cultural and entertainment
value. The season this year consisted
of "The Miracle Worker" which is a
melodrama, an evening of one act-
plays, a comedy, a Shakespearean play
and a Shakespeare Festival. They also
hope to have representatives to attend
the international convention in
Indiana this summer.
Officers: President — Connie Laube; Vice-President — Debbie
Sabine; Secretary — Katherine Byrd; Treasurer — Valerie
The cast for the Thespians' major production of the year, "The Miracle Worker,'' poses for a picture at the
end of the performance.
A cutting from "The Miracle Workii
Portrayal ot thought proves effective.
Row One: Becky Brunner, Michelle Carry, Brad Bell, Phil Cordon, Tom Pell, Mike Wade, Sue Cox, Donna
Spivey, Angeleck McCormick, Trina Bullock, Pat Carry. Row Two: Ann Lyons, Janice Coates, Betty Lemon,
Mary Mullaly, Katherine Byrd, Connie Laube, Debbie Sabine, Susan Albrecht. Row Three: Becky Sherrod,
Cheryl Parker, Cindy Marshal, Debbie Tluchak.
Fight scene — demanding but effective.
Helen speaks her first word.
John Chudacek captures anxiety of disturbed father.
The objective of the drama classes is
to develop appreciation of plays
presented in class, those presented in
school and those presented profes-
sionally. Learning basic skills of self-
expression and gaining confidence
and poise are goals of this department.
A study of all integral parts of play
production enables one to acquire a
meaningful appreciation for drama.
The students learn this through actual
stage acting, make-up, reading plays
and through the stagecraft of building
scenery and lighting the stage.
The club is sponsored by Mrs. West.
DRAMATISTS BECOME PUPPETEERS
Puppet performance given by drama students.
Dramatists clown around.
Row One: Pam Falls, Beth Kehoe, Mike Lannon, Mary Schafer, Mary Wall, Rick Forlines and Ray Bateman. Row Two: Pat Carry, Valerie
Smelser, Linda )oines, Paul Leon, Cheri lohnston, Laurie Carter, Wayne Repass, Beverly Larry, Brad Bell and Katherine Byrd. Row Three: Lisa
Langlier, Vicky Singleton, Chris Hessler, Judy Cannon, Randy Barnes, Bren Moreno, Faye Mayton, Jack Liles, Melody Bogart, and Polly
Neilson. Row Four: Roy Sanderson, Robin Pederson, Chris Jackson, Clay Hall, Becky Brunner, Jackie Criss, Ann Lyons, and Michele Carry.
MR. BRINTON SPONSORS DEBATE CLUB
Team captain, David Beard, and debate manager, Frank Minschke,
stand by their trophies.
The Kempsville Debate Club is in
actuality the Kempsville Debating
Team. It is their purpose to provide
valid discussion of controversial
In the past the Debate Team has
maintained an outstanding record. We
expect much of them in the future.
In the club there are two particu-
larly outstanding members. They are
David Beard who is the team's captain
and Frank Minschke who is the Debate
manager. They alone are responsible
for seven trophies for Kempsville.
Mr. Brinton, who substitutes at
Kempsville High School, is the club
sponsor. His help is greatly appreci-
Row One: Robin Peterson, Chris Jones, Carol Haskins, Jeff Sweitzer. Row Two: David Beard, Doug Harrell.
CLUB TRIES FRENCH CUISINE
Le Cerle Francais was organized
because of the desire of many French
students to use their knowledge and to
learn about the culture of the country.
Through club activities, the members
obtain a glimpse of the customs and
ways of the French people.
The club hopes, in time, it will be
able to award a scholarship to a de-
serving French student each year. Two
of our activities this year were a French
dinner and Christmas caroling in
This year's officers are: Phyllis
Ashley, President; Lynn Howard, Vice-
President; and Valerie Hasle,
President — Phyllis Ashley; Vice-President — Lyn Howard; Secretary — Diana Crumm; Treasurer
Phyllis Ashley conducts meeting.
Row One: Susan Taylor, Terri DeCook, Nancy Loizeaux, Sherry Johnston, Pam Amory, Theresa Hubbard. Row Two: Susan Millen, Lauri
Walker, Tommy Brinkley, Debbie Coons.
German Club Officers
The German Club was created to
promote interest in and knowledge of
the German people, language, and
customs. To achieve this goal this club
will make its annual trip to Washing-
ton, D.C. or possibly, this year, to the
Pennsylvania Dutch country. Other ac-
tivities to reach this goal are Christmas
caroling in German, German dinners,
and guest speakers. The club is
sponsored by Mr. Renne.
The officers this year are: President
— Julia Frazier; Vice President — Bill
Casey; Secretary — Cindy Hicks; Trea-
surer — Karen Booher; Historian —
CLUB SPONSORS GERMAN DINNERS
Row One: Vince Seneker, Ben Hicks, Dennis Granger, Mike Thompson, Ben Vogel, Karen Crawford, Karen Booher. Row Two: David Knack,
Chris Jackson, Mark Doersch, Glen Wittemberg, Julia Frazier, Paula Purden. Row Three: Chris Jones, Jeff Simons, Hal Casey, David Voth, Rick
Harriman, Ben Royster, Mike Billari.
SPANISH CLUB'S MOTTO
"LITTLE BY LITTLE,
ONE MOVES AHEAD."
El Circulo Espanol was formed by
students desiring to learn more about
the culture of Spain and Latin America.
"Poco a poco se va lejos," which
means, "Little by little one moves
ahead," was chosen as the club motto.
The group travels to Washington,
D.C. each year to tour the Pan Ameri-
can Building. Mrs. Sessoms and Mrs.
Petroff sponsor the students.
Officers for the club are Trina
Bullock, President; Debbie Friesen,
Vice-President; Linda Hendrickson,
Secretary; Corrine Miller, Treasurer;
Carolyn Kramer, Historian.
Officers: President — Trina Bullock; Vice-President — Debbie Friesen;
Secretary — Linda Hendrickson; Treasurer — Corrinne Miller; Historian —
Row One: Barbara Schrape, Trina Bullock, Chris Lesesne. Row
Two: Debbie Friesen, Sue Gibson, Laurie Wilson. Row Three:
Linda Hendrickson, Corrinne Miller, )an Bullock. Row Four:
Carolyn Kramer, Nancy Cherry, Janice Coates. Row Five: Robin
Male, Cassandra Stancil, Sharon Conway. Row Six: Susan Albreck,
Beth Modlin, Karen Pullen, Mellissa Boules, Debbie Harris,
TRAVELS TO ROME
Row One: Robert Jackson, Maury Hill. Row Two: Kathy
Hannon, Don Simmons, Nancy Pees. Row Three: Ceil Kirby,
John Brewington, Patricia Gentry. Row Four: Susan Guthrie,
Jane Carvil, Janet Cook, Lucy Kuzeman, Debin Elderidge,
Members clean stadium after game.
President — Nancy Pees; Vice-President — Lucy
Kuzeman; Treasurer — Devin Elderidge; Secretary
— Jane Carvil.
John Brewington does his share.
The newly formed Latin Club started
the school year by joining the National
Junior Classical League, an organiza-
tion comprised of Latin clubs
throughout the country. The Club's
main goal is to promote and encour-
age interest in the Latin language and
the civilization of ancient Rome.
In October, the Latin Club began
making plans to participate in the
National Junior Classical League trip to
Rome during Easter vacation. The club
members worked hard to earn the
money to help finance the trip. The
money making projects included:
selling candles, doughnuts, and candy
at the football games, cleaning the sta-
dium after games, and having a
The Latin Club has shown
tremendous effort as a group led by
President — Nancy Pees, Vice-
President — Lucy Kunzman, Treasurer
— Devon Eldridge and Secretary —
Jane Carvil. The sponsor is Miss
The Key Club has been very active in
its affiliation with the Kiwanis Club. The
major aim of the club this year is to earn
money for the school's spotlight. They
have done so by sponsoring the annual
Donkey Ball game. The boys cheered at
the annual Powder Puff game and the
homecoming game. Other activities
planned are having a party with the
Bayside Keyettes and giving to orphans
and various needy groups. The KeyClub
motto is "To Enrich Man's Existence."
Their sponsor is Mr. Fields.
Officers are: President — Scott
Daniels; Vice-President — Chris Jones;
Secretary — Bob Martenis; Treasurer —
Roy Norville; Historian — Duane
Key Club cheers for powder puff game.
Row One: )eff Cole, Jim Mismas, Lindsey Sasser, Eugene Piersal, Teddy Bruns, Ken Moore,
Buddy Gibbs, George Goff. Row Two: lames Maddux, John Orman, Ronnie Gwaltney, Tom
Powers, Joel Steward, Dave DeCook, Fred Brewer, Tim Brown. Row Three: Bunky Beachum,
Rich Brace, Gary Morris, Jerry Haste, Chris Jackson, Jeff Barnes, Gary Haste, Bill Edmunds.
Row Four: David Knack, Frank Mirschki, Clayton Bernick, John Chudacek, Ray Bateman.
Row Five: Roy Norville, Scott Daniels, Chris Jones, Duane Ringer, Bob Martenis, Hal Casey.
Officers: Vice-President — Chris Jones; Histori-
an — Duane Ringer; Treasurer — Roy Norville;
Sponsor - — Mr. Fields; President — Scott
Danies; Secretary — Bob Martenis.
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STUBBORNESS— KEY TO WINNING
Two prove more effective than one.
Pinelli loses tug-of-owar.
Barlow becomes rodeo star overnight.
Creekmore steals the show.
Lama triumphs over Martenis
TAKE PART IN
Keyettes send stuffed animals to needy.
Officers: Historian — Cindy Walker; Secretary — Karen Crawford; Treasurer —
Dale Stevens; President — Carol Sykes; Vice-President — Cindy Hicks; Histori-
an — )udy Sherman.
Row One: Susan Barnicle, Jamie Snyder, Dale Stevens, Lisa Beeler, Adele Dennis, Liz H
Sovocool, Judy Sherman, Julia Frazier, Karen Crawford. Row Two: Cheryl Parker, Patty
Atkins, Karen Wallace, Karen Stafford, Susan Daniels, Cindy Hicks, Robin Hotchkin,
Linda Hendrickson, Karen Booher. Row Three: Michele Passaris, Susan Temple,
Cheryl White, Carol Sykes, Debbie Sams, Barbara Passaris, Sharon Pledger, Pat Hardin.
The Keyette Club is very active. Their
motto is "We serve." The organization
attempts to meet this goal by serving the
community as well as the school.
Through the course of the year many
projects are successfully executed. They
sponsored many drives to make money.
Among these are the Sadie Hawkins
Dance, a car wash and the selling of
corsages for Homecoming. As is evident,
it is a very active club.
The Keyettes have taken very active
interest in "Project Concern." This is a
Keyettes at Christmas party for the elderly.
charity through which people in under-
privileged areas are aided. These
students have truly given of themselves.
The club feels particularly honored
this year because one of its members, Pat
Hardin, was elected Secretary of Tide-
water District Keyettes.
The sponsors are Miss Wiley and Mrs.
Baker. The officers are: President, Carol
Sykes; Vice-President, CindyHicks; Sec-
retary, Karen Crawford; Treasurer, Dale
Stevens and Historian, )udy Sherman.
Secretary of Tidewater District Keyettes — Pat Hardin.
Keyettes at Christmas party for elderly.
Keyette officers after installation last Spring.
Christmas Trees given to members of the home.
PARKER COACHES TRI-HI-Y TEAM
Tri-Hi-Y is an organization formerly
affiliated with the YMCA. It is a service
club aimed at serving the school and
community. Its main goal is to develop
good character through growth in the
knowledge and love of Cod.
Each month a service project is
selected to aid the people of the school
In past months the club has given a
halloween party for patients at King's
Daughters Children's Hospital and
collected canned goods for needy fami-
Robin Cross carries the ball for Tri-Hi-Y.
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Row One: Faye Godfrey, Linda Slade, Cheryl Robinson, Kathy Marshall, Linda McKenzie, Charlene Nash. Row Two: Brenda
Moreno, Cindy Tall, Debbie Parker, Valerie Houck, Phyllis Ashley, Cindy Jones, Debbie Davis. Row Three: Nancye Rat lift, Jana
Boyles, Lee Berkhimer, Laurie Reynolds, Vanessa Halvorsen, Cindy Meredith, Kim Davis. Row Four: Pat Blanton, Debbie Goad,
Debbie Hobbs, Nancy Long, Kathy King, Carolyn Menge, Robin Nagle, Cindy Jones, Shirleen Miller, Robin Cross.
Officers: President — Kathy Marshall; Vice-
President — Cindy Marshall; Treasurer — Jana
Boyles ; Secretary — Kim Davis.
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The Tri-Hi-Y played its annual
powder-puff game against Y-Teens.
Mr. Parker was the team's coach.
Tri-Hi-y has remained a growing
club with the help of their sponsor,
The officers are: President; Kathy
Marshall; Vice-President, Cindy
Marshall; Secretary, Kim Davis; Trea-
surer, Jana Boyles; Chaplain, Robin
Cross; Sergeant-at-Arms, Vanessa
Robin Cross starts the meeting with prayer.
CLUB GIVES PARTY FOR CHILDREN
Coach Parker ponders strategy.
Y-TEENS REMAIN UNDEFEATED
Y-Teens is affliated with the YWCA.
It is a service organization. The club
strives to develop good personal charac-
ter and to extend friendship to all people
in a Christian way.
Service projects are chosen each
month. A Halloween Party for under-
privileged children was one of these
projects. Many others are conducted
throughout the year.
Officers: Vice-President — Theresa Remicci; Secretary — Sharon
Williams; President — Phyllis Hardy; Treasurer — Carol Myers.
Y-Teen runner receives interference.
Row One: Phyllis Hardy, Shari Underwood, Tracy Deyncourt, Mary Domme, Sharon
Williams. Row Two: Cheri Boyd, Jinx Stone, Annie Todd, Lynn Culpepper, Gwen Kendrick,
Pam Wingrove, Karen Youngblood. Row Three: Sarah Forbes, Betsy Flock, Kathy Tierney,
jeannie Menge, Debbie tang, Michele Todd, Sue McNulty, Robin Moss, Carol Haskins. Row
Four: Debbie Gibbs, Linda Sorey, Theresa Cook, Anita Smith, Debra Rumberger, Mary Ann
Millen, Lynn Griffith, Beverly Moss. Row Five: Lynn Edwards, Luann Lundy, Brenda Clyburn,
Susan Miller, Chrys Roon, Joanne Campbell, Nena Roper, Elaine Piersol, Kathy Murphy,
Martha Earl. Row Six: Karen Franks, Christy Proctor, Theresa Remicci, Paula Musselman,
Mariann Miller, Sharon Samson. Row Seven: Robin Jackson, Cheryl Hendricks, Gail Crunk,
Cindy Walker, )anet Wade, Dottie Robey, loanne Wade Susan knight, Donna Anderson,
Mary Womble, Susan Williams.
Youngsters entertained by girls.
Winner of game eats his reward.
PARTIES HELD FOR
Coach presented with gift.
The annual Powder Puff Football
Came has become a symbol of rivalry
at Kempsville. It is an event enjoyed by
The officers this year include: Pres-
ident — Phyllis Hardy; Vice-President
— Theresa Remicci; Secretary —
Sharon Williams; Treasurer — Carol
Myers; Sergeant-at-Arms — Martha
Earl; Chaplain — Sarah Forbes; and
Historian — Pam Verget.
Do-nut game excites children.
D.E. CLUB TAKES
FIRST IN FLOAT
Karen Painter addressing the Virginia Beach DECA fall rally.
Officers: Historian — Kathy Woolf; Treasurer — Charlene
Smith; Secretary — Jeanne lordan; Vice-President — Kathy
Chetister; President — Karen Painter. Row Two: Historian —
Jerry Driscoll; Historian — Gloria McConkey; Reporter —
Modesteen Mills; Reporter — Mike Garcia; Photographer —
Glenn Bailey; Photographer — Allen Ward.
Row One: Lagus McCoy, Robin Davis, Barbara Tabron, Jeanne Jordan, Modesteen Mills, Cordelia Williams, Janice Ballantine, Doug
Fowler, Dianne Norman, Nancy Byrd, Gail Davenport, Debbie Hobson, Lorraine Mason. Row Two: Mark Ames, Bill Wallace, Nelson
Hunter, Donna Wendt, Glenn Bailey, Linda Jones, Lesly Terry, Glen Moore, Barbara Hannah. Row Three: John Hocutt, Charlene
Smith, Karen Painter, Bob Bailey, Ernie Gray, James McCullom, Roy Fulcher, Mike Garcia, John Stublen, Gary Erickson, Don Gates.
Row Four: Cynthia Crabtree, Becky Brown, Pam Catalano, Karen Sawyer, Alan Ward, Gloria McConkey, Dean Gurganus, Lynell
Redman, Mark Burks, Jimmy Trent, Paula Carder, David Turner. Row Five: Sharon Martin, Paige Sawers, Barbara Register, Kathy
Woolf, Jann Hiller, leanne Myers, Karen Youngblood, Kathy Chetister, Jerry Driscoll, Doug Massey, Mike Culp, Terry Helmer, Steve
( reekmore. Row Six: Bonnie Anderson, Penny Kleinknecht, Karl Doeaseh, John Kittrell, Billy Savage, Ronnie Etheridge, Thorngton
Russell. Row Seven: Mike lannon, Richard Mazgay, Ronnie Salish, David Vann, Mike Johnson, Ernie Salyers, Susan Pate, Van
Turpin, Alan Benjaminson.
PILLOWS SOLD TO RAISE MONEY
Distributive Education is a program of
instruction which teaches marketing,
merchandising and management.
Distributive Education Clubs of America
identify the program of youth activity
relating to D.E. It is not only the largest
national youth organization but is the
only such organization operating in
the nation's schools to attract young
people to careers in marketing and
Kempsville Chapter was busy this
year. Members participated in initiation,
the Fall rally, DECA month, district
contests, employer-employee banquet
and the leadership conference.
Officers for the Distributive Education
Club are: Karen Painter, President;
Kathy Chetister, Vice-President; Jeanne
Jordan, Secretary; Charlene Smith,
Treasurer; Jerry Driscoll, Gloria
McConkey, Kathy Woolf, Historian;
Mark Barnes, Mike Garcia, Modesteen
Mills, Reporters; Glenn Bailey, Allen
Ward, Photographers; and BuddyGibbs,
Parliamentarian. Mr. Parnell is the club
Members take a coke break.
JR. CIVITANS SPONSOR DOLL SALE
The Junior Civitan Club is a service
club which practices friendship and
citizenship. The club encourages youth
to live a fuller life by practicing the
Golden Rule and developing leader-
ship and initiative abilities.
Among the activities of the club this
year are: a very successful "voo-doo
and spirit doll" sale, the holiday an-
nouncement program, canned food
drives, cleaning the stadium after
Homecoming, and Christmas caroling.
The officers are: President — Lynn
Howard; Vice-President — Diana
Crim; Secretary — Beth DiPace; Trea-
surer — Sharon Ruffer; and Chaplain
— Lois Hoover. Miss Vinson is the
sponsor for the Junior Civitans.
B. Officers: Secretary — Beth DiPace; Treasurer — Sharon
Ruffer; Chaplain — Lois Hoover; President — Lynn How-
ard; Vice-President — Diana Crim.
Lynn Howard reports to the club.
Members enjoy Christmas party.
Row One: Terri DeCooke; Lynn Howard, Becky Bruner, Kathy Kujawski, Lisa Howard. Row
Two: Nancy Pomplum, Lois Hoover, Suzanne Lee, Beth DiPace, Peyton Campbell. Row Three:
Ann Morris, Nancy Cherry, Betty Lemon, Bruce McKinney. Row Four: Harold Casey, Mark
Doersch, Nehemiah Spence, Vincent Sencken.
LEO CLUB COLLECTS EYE GLASSES
The Leo Club is affiliated with the
Lions Club. It is new to Kempsville this
year. Very quickly they have taken part
im many activities of the school and
They have contributed money to the
United Fund and the Joy Fund. Money
was raised through several projects,
particularly the selling of Christmas
trees. Perhaps their most unique proj-
ect of the year was a drive to collect
glasses for the needy.
They hurriedly got "into the swing
of things" by entering a float in the
The officers this year are: President
— Larry Stauffer; Vice-President —
Ken Moore; Secretary — Laura
Flanigan; Treasurer — Christy Siebels.
The club is sponsored by Mr. Sullivan.
Row One: Wayne Foyd, Larry Stauffer, Hank Jones, Bernie Brean. Row
Two: Patty Robins, Charlpne Nash, Laura Flanagan, Christie Siebles,
Officers: Secretary — Laura Flanagan; President — Larry Stauffer;
Treasurer — Christie Siebles; Vice-President — Ken Moore.
President - Bill Neisler; Vice-President - Debbie Spignor; Secretary - Suzy Shelters; His-
torian - Patty Blanton; Reporter - Randy Barnes; Chaplin - Betsy Flock; Parl.amentar.an
— Clenda Swisher.
BASKETBALL PROGRAMS SOLD BY FBLA
FBLA is an organization to increase
business knowledge and skills. This is
achieved through community services,
financial and social activities. FBLA
visited the Data Processing Center in
Virginia Beach, participated in the
homecoming parade, and sold
basketball programs at all home
The officers are: Bill Neisler, Pres-
ident; Debbie Spignor, Vice President;
Susie Tyler, Secretary; Vikki Shelters,
Treasurer; Pat Blanton, Historian;
Randy Barner, Reporter; Glenda
Swisher, Parliamentarian; and Betsy
Flock, Chaplian. The chapter's
sponsors are Miss Estes, Mr. Paschall,
Mrs.Siler, and Mrs. Eure.
Row One: Patty Blanton, Bill Neisler, Debbie Spignor, Suzy Tyler. Pa t>
IZnXD iane McCarthy. Row Two: Vlcki Shelters, Annette McDona Id
Aneeleck McCormick, Debbie Merrill, Randy Barnes Clenda Sw.sher.
Row Three: lamie Snyder, Betsy Flock, Pa. )ones, Linda Jorgenson.
Row One: Anne Watkins, Kay Morton, Karen Whitehurst, Kay Briden, Lynn Harris, Kathy Kehoe.
Row Two: Diane Norman, Debbie Lankford, Corrine Miller, Peggy Hodge, Pat Rogan, Lynn
F.H.A. SPONSORS BANQUET
F.H.A. members preparing for luncheon.
Officers: Vice-President, Pat Rogan; Treasurer — Kay Morton; Chaplian — Diane Norman;
Secretary — Peggy Hodge; President — Corrinne Miller.
The motto of the Future Homemak-
ers of America is "Making your time
work for you." The members strive to
live up to this motto by preparing
themselves for future involvements
with society through individual, family
and community improvements.
The members entertain their parents
at a banquet, their brothers and sisters
at a party and their teachers at a
coffee. They visit nursing homes to
help brighten the patient's lives.
The students are sponsored by Mrs.
Frazier. Their officers are: Corrine
Miller, President; Pat Rogan, Vice-
President; Peggy Hodge, Secretary;
Kay Morton, Treasurer; Dianne
Norman, Chaplain; Donna Ervin, His-
VARSITY CLUB HAS RUMMAGE SALE
The Varsity Club of Kempsville has
met this year with enthusiasm. It has
raised its membership to fifty-two. The
club has sponsored many fund-raising
projects in hopes of enlarging its trea-
Some of these activities were a
rummage sale at school, and working
at the concession stand at all home
Sponsors are Mr. Barlow and Mr.
Varsity Club displays spirit of '72.
Co-Chairman — Mike Young and Don Hauck; Treasurer
— Mike Billari; Secretary — Bobby Taylor; Sergeants-
at-Arms — Billy Paschall and Don Jackson; Chaplain —
Row One: Walter Wetherington, Greg Cutrell, Frank Welch, Brian Catlin, jerry Picard, Gary Teagle, Don Hauck, Dennis
Williams, Bill White, Artie Bulman. Row Two: David Sullivan, Ken Patten, Don Jackson, Rick Scarper, Mel Ruperti, Mark
Lows, Greg Brinkley, Bob Taylor, David Roughton, Sandy Rhoades, Rudy Mackey and Mike Young. Row Three: Mike
Billari, lulius Hurdle, Bill Miller, George Goff, Cadillac Harris, Harry Hall, Rodney Blake, and Bill Paschall.
Officers: President — Cindy Hicks; Vice-President — Gay Harrington; Treasurer — Lisa
Beeler; Recording Secretary — Angie Scott; Point System Secretary — Bonnie Forbes; Social
Chairman — Susan Atkins.
The Girls Athletic Association is new
to Kempsville this year. They immedi-
ately became organized and active.
The club consists of a large number of
girls who have interests in partici-
pating in various sports such as volley
ball, hockey, and basketball. They are
sponsored by Mrs. Waldman.
An example of CAA activity is Play-
Day with Princess Anne. On the
designated day, the members of the
Kempsville club took on P.A. in
volleyball. The day was quite a suc-
cess. The club certainly promotes
sportsmanship among schools and
combines pleasure with skill.
C.A.A. assembles on bleachers.
Bonnie Forbes conducts C.A.A. meet-
The Environmental Conservation
Organization of Students, is one of
the newest clubs at Kempsville. The
club's purpose is to help educate
others in regard to conservation
practices, pollution, over-population,
and protection of the environment. A
service organization, the group held
clean-ups and paper drives as evi-
dence of what can be done to clean up
and conserve our dwindling natural
resources. In the future, the club
hopes to set up an on-site study center
in collaboration with the Virginia
Beach Department of Parks and Recre-
ation or with other conservation
groups on private lands so that people
can study conservation at work.
CONSERVATION — MAIN CONCERN
Officers: Clayton Bernick — President; Susan Albrecht —
Vice-President; Beth Modlin Secretary; Tommy
Lorkiewicz — Treasurer; Debbie Tluchak — Reporter.
Row One: Susan Albrecht, Beth Modlin, Debbie Tluchak. Row Two: Clayton
Bernick, Donald Simmons, Carl Knapp, Tommy Lorkiewicz, Glenn Edwards, Ric
President — Rick Daniels; Vice-President — Jeanette Jackson; Treasurer
— Betty Credle.
ART CLUB PAINTS PRESS BOX
The main objective of the Art Club
at Kempsville High is to develop an
awareness of the nature of man and
his environment through student
perceptions and conceptions using
shapes, forms, colors, lines, and
textures with various media and expe-
The Club members have used their
talents for the good of many. In
school, one of their projects was paint-
ing the press box. Their concern was
also put into action when they sent
original Christmas cards to "shut-ins."
Mrs. Partin is the sponsor of the
Club. This year's officers are: President
— Rick Daniels; Vice-President —
Jeanette Jackson; Treasurer — Betty
Christmas cards draw interest.
Mrs. Partin expresses ideas.
Time to get organized.
The students of Kempsville High
have always excelled in the field of
fine arts. They are outstanding in oils,
batiks, pottery and other areas. The
work of these students has been
exhibited in city and state levels. Their
contribution to the recognition of the
school has been inspirational. These
talented individuals have as their
primary goal to mold and develop
imaginative potential. Art is an area of
education which allows one to create.
It serves not to stiffle but to encourage
creative thinking. The artists are again
this year grateful to the guidance
of Mrs. Partin, head of the Art
There are a number of students who
excel in a particular media. They are:
John Caddy — acrylic painting and
pastel drawing; Mike Player —
drawing and painting; Patty Dawson
acrylic painting and watercolor;
Peyton Campbell — pencil and ink
drawing; Ivan Morris — ceramic
pottery; and Betty Credle — at ease in
ART STUDENTS DEVELOP
Box 105A, acrylic, Betty Credle
The Newlyweds, pencil drawing, Peyton Campbel
Church, woodcut, Judy Girl on the Beach, acrylic, James
Octopus, soft sculpture, Sherry Harper
The Red Shoes, acrylic, Patty Dawson
Votive Bird, assembly, Marie Hatch and Robert Beiler
Azter, batik, Chris Brace
Life Form, plaster sculpture, Eddie Sanders
Forbidden Fruit, color inks,
God's Creation, ink and watercolor, Nadine Luke
Michael, pencil drawing, Grace Kerns
Student shows skill at leathercrafting.
Tools of the leathering trade.
SKILL — KEY TO INDUSTRIAL ARTS
Electronics class try filming techniques.
Potter from Chrysler Museum talks to art students.
Precision and patience a must for drafting.
A VITAL TOOL
Student works with lathe machine.
Through such courses as metal and
electronics the Industrial Arts
Department helps to develop practical
skills which students may use later in a
similar vocation. In drafting, diligence
and precision provide the background
necessary for the development of ar-
chitectual skills. Creativity is essential
in ceramics and woods. It is in these
areas that the students design many
The head of this department is Mr.
Curtin, who is proud to say that the In-
dustrial Arts Department at K.H.S. is
the best in the city.
Checking for squareness.
MADRIGALS APPEAR ON TV
The chorus of Kempsville High
School has an unlimited repertoire
ranging from pop to classical music.
We have the opportunity to hear both
types in the two concerts presented
each year. The Christmas concert has
become a major part of the holidays.
The spring concert is where the choral
department really branches out to
modern day numbers.
The department has several
divisions of singers. They are classified
into Girl's Concert Chorus, Accapella
Chorus, and Madrigals. The Madrigals
has perhaps claimed the most
attention for our school. They are a
select group of students who practice
with Mr. Sawyer on their own time as
well as school time.
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The Girls' Concert Chorus on stage.
Accapella performs for Christmas concert.
Mr. Sawyer pauses to introduce next number.
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Ceil Kirby, Ronnie Cwaltney, Janet Atherton, |ohn Ramirez, Michele Walker, Lenny Handfinger, Vicki White, lake Powers,
Maryanne Moore, Tony Jennings, Carol Hunt, Tom Dubois, Martha Jones.
Song instills spirit of Season.
Trio enhances performance.
Madrigals perform Christmas number.
Mr. Sawyer leads Girls Concert Chorus.
KEMPSVILLE PEP CLUB
Pep Club is an organization which
promotes spirit in the school. It is the
first year that the club has opened its
doors to boys and it will remain a co-
ed club in the future. The Pep Club
assisted the band and drill team and
promoted spirit in the stands. They
also decorated goal posts and held
service projects each month.
The officers are: President — Cindy
Hall; Vice-President — Debbie David;
Secretary — Cindy Jones; Treasurer —
Linda McKenzie; Historian — Debbie
O'Connell; Reporter — Marie Cox;
and Sergeant-at-Arms — Cindy
Officers: Treasurer — Linda McKenzie; President — Cindy Hall; Re-
porter — Marie Cox; Sergeant at Arms — Cindy Meredith; Histori-
Pep Club meets to pool enthusiasm. an — Debbie O'Connell; Secretary — Cindy Jones; Vice-President
— Debbie Davis.
Row One: Tina Remicci, Pam Wian, Windy Settle, Debbie Lang, Debbie Divelbliss, Pam
Morris, Lynn Lee. Row Two: Lynn Crider, Cindy Meredith, Marie Cox, Debbie O'Connell,
Cindy Hall, Christy Proctor, Cindy Jones, Linda McKenzie, Debbie Davis. Row Three: Debbie
Hobson, Karen Felton, Becky Brown, Liz Mason, Susan Hutchkin, Shirley Smithson, Vicki Prue.
Row Four: Cindy Crabtree, Marta Brown, Karen Sawyer, Debbie Wildman, Cathy Strange,
Teresa Burnette, JoAnn Baynard. Row Five: Teresa Adams, Sharon Conaway, Nancy Loyezeax,
Kathleen Foreman, Melissa Bowles, Fran Kujawski, Donna Newsome. Row Six: Tommy
Leggett, Larry Taylor, Phil Dowdy.
Spirit factors discussed.
Cindy shows presidental skills.
Everyone contributes to pep plans.
LAS VEGAS TRIP — A REALITY
The Kempsville High School
Marching Chiefs are always ready and
willing to serve the school and com-
munity whenever they are called upon
to do so. The Band appears at all home
football games and most away games,
pep rallies, and annual parades. This
year the band performed at several
Neptune games and also at the Oyster
Bowl Game. Their greatest event was
the trip to Las Vegas, at the invitation
of the Lions Club of Virginia. The band
visited Disneyland while on their visit
and brought back to us a wonderful
half-time presentation of their own,
"Disney on Parade".
Individual honors are won by top
band students during the year in try-
outs for All-Regional and All-State
Bands, for solo and Ensemble
Mr. Cole prepares for the entrance of Tinkerbel
Drum Major beings band to attention before performance.
Rick Brace feels elation of game-time spirit.
Sue Ann Cox
Kempsville High Marching Band.
Pre-game show — an eye opener.
Attention focuses on brass section.
FIRE BATONS BRIGHTEN ROUTINE
This year was a busy and exciting
year tor the majorettes. Besides
performing in many places including
the Norfolk State Homecoming
Parade, Oyster Bowl Parade, the Chari-
ty Bowl, the Lions Club Eye Bowl and
The majorettes worked closely with
the band and accompanied them in
every performance. Mr. Cole, aided by
Mrs. Montgomery, this year's sponsor,
helps with routines, costumes, and
other important matters.
One of the highlights of the year
was the twirling of fire batons at a half-
Majorettes share excitement of touchdown.
Fire batons dangerous but pretty.
Marcia Briden sets the pace.
Sherry Francis, Pat Jones, Susan Urso, Sue Cox, Karen McDaniels, Cindy Marshall, LeeAnn Wright, Lynn
Gregory, Terry Francis, Assistant Head — Vicky Williamson; Head Majorette — Marcia Briden.
Co-Captains: Debi Divelbliss and Nancye Rat lift .
TEAMS TO VICTORY
.V.'s assist varsity cheerleaders at homecoming.
The Junior Varsity cheerleaders of
Kempsville High have had a very
eventful and successful year. Cheering
at all J.V. team games, the girls added
much spirit and pep. They assisted the
varsity cheerleaders at all pep rallies
and at some varsity football games.
Co-captains this year are Nancye
Ratliff and Debi Divelbliss. The squad
is sponsored by Miss Oursler.
Row One: Pam Wian, Debi Divelbliss, Lynn Lee, Nancye Ratliff, Tina Remicci. Row Two: Sharon Kendrick, Debbie Lang,
Pam Morris, Wendy Settle, Robin Barton.
SQUAD RECEIVES HONORS AT CAMP
The purpose of the Varsity
Cheerleaders is to promote school
spirit by building up the teams morale.
These girls have worked very hard
together to become an outstanding
squad of cheerleaders. This was
proved by winning the title of "The
Most Outstanding Squad" at National
Cheerleading Camp this past summer,
and by being awarded the spirit stick.
The girls have attended many activi-
ties this year. They cheered and mod-
eled at a fashion show at Military
Circle. The group represented
Kempsville in several parades
including the Oyster Bowl, and
cheering in the Charity Bowl held at
Union Kempsville. Co-Captains are
Debi Forehand and Becky Matthews.
Their sponsor is Mrs. Partin.
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Debi Forehand, Co-Captain
Becky Matthews, Co-Captain
A glance at the scoreboard.
Jubilant cheerleader promotes spirit.
Ann Rollins, Laura Dennis, Mary Domme, Debbie
Hobbs, Mimi VanAuken, Debbie Goad, Cheryl
Hendricks, LuAnn Lundy, Debi Forehand, Becky
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Captain — Kathy Marshall; Co-Captain — Gail Crunk.
Kempsville High's drill team is most
outstanding in its marching and danc-
ing routines. These forty-six girls
performed at all home games. The
group marched in football pep rallies
held at school. They entertained
crowds at two Neptune game half-
This year four girls were chosen as
squad leaders. These girls were chosen
to assist captain and co-captain with
supervising the team. They are Robin
Cross, Jana Boyles, Valerie Houck, and
Officers are Carol Hunt — Pres-
ident; Pam Wingrove — Vice-
President; Cassandra Stancil — Trea-
surer; and Carolyn Menge — Secre-
tary. Kathy Marshall is captain and Gail
Row One: Co-Captain — Gail Crunk; Captain — Kathy Marshall. Row Two: Debbie Davis,
Janet Smith, Cwen Kendrick, Lynn Culpepper, Kathy Tierney, Cheryl Parker, Theresa Remicci,
Cass Stancil, Mirian Massenburg, Michele Russell, Carol Myers, Debbie Amburn, Brenda Funk.
Row One: Shirleen Miller, Mary Kennedy, Laurie Carter, Brenda Boyd, Laurie Reynolds, Janet
Atherton, Brenda Moreno. Row Two: Susan Taylor, Cheryl Robinson, Cheri Johnston, Phyllis
Ashley, Valerie Houck, Kim Davis, Cathy Davies, Debbie Lovett, Carolyn Menge. Row Three:
Robin Cross, Kim Schafer, Vikki Shelters, Linda Tucker, Jana Boyles, Dawn Murphy, Kathy
King, Nancy Long.
Girls perform Disneyland Routine.
Band and Drill in formation.
Arrowhead Country routine.
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MOON HEADS COACHES FOR SIXTH YEAR
Once again the coaches have
pooled their efforts to make
Kempsville a winning school. Every
year it seems a little more is
accomplished in sports. It is obvious
that experience is a great aid to skill
and winning. The coaches and players
have developed greatly.
Kempsville boasts several top
honors in the city, district, and state.
Each year attempts are made to gain
Sportsmanship is a vital part of every
game and our school. Even when our
teams lose they learn more about
winning. Hopefully we can always
maintain an attitude which is to be
Mr. Moon — Athletic Director, Football.
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Mr. Barlow — Baseball, Football
Mr. Creekmore — Football, Wrestlins
Mr. DeSarro — Track
Mr. Weller — Gymnastics, Wrestling
Mr. Parker — Football, Track
EXPERIENCE MOLDS VICTORY
Mr. Roughton — Basketball
Mr. Gavin — Basketball
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Mr. Sawyer — Football
Miss Compton — Hockey
Mrs. Lamm — Gymnastics
Mr. Bob Braun — Golf
one hundred three
Early in the football season,
Kempsville fans felt that any chance of
victory was hopeless. But the
Kempsville Chiefs, coached by Mr.
Tracy Moon, proved otherwise with
several wins and well-played games
which will not be forgotten. An
excellent passing and running game
propelled Kempsville to its first win of
the season, a 26-14 decision over
Kellam. Throughout the season, the
aerial attack led by Billy Paschall
proved to be the most successful in
moving the offense and scoring.
Homecoming was celebrated with a
perfectly played game which resulted
in a victory over Cox, 28-6. Leading 7-
6, the Chiefs came up with three
fourth quarter touchdowns. In the
fourth quarter, Ricky ^-D^g low
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Three plays later Julius Hurdle went
across from the four. Bill Paschall fired
a 16-yard pass to Don Hauck for the
third touchdown of the game and the
final Chief touchdown came on
Hauck's six-yard run.
Paschall gains considerable yardage against tough Kellam defense.
Julius Hurdle finds the going rough against a
Hauck gains first down yardage against Maury.
Mackey makes sideline reception from
Paschall in Norview game.
CHIEFS WIN HOMECOMING GAME
Hurdle races Falcon defender for goal line.
Indian River player massacred by a tribe of
Catlin finds daylight in game against Bayside.
Hauck scores touchdown against Cox.
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Grady Hedgespeth recovers fumble at Homecoming.
Tension mounts at line of scrimage.
Norview defenders attempt to block Kempsville's punt.
Row One: Harold King, Sandy Rhoads, Mike Mills, Arty Bulman, Rudolph Macky, Mike Young, Billy Paschall, Julius Hurdle, Rick Deglow, Rick
Scarper, John Ashly and Bobby Taylor. Row Two: Donald McBride, Steve Hanson, Mark Brewer, Charlie Misuna, Jimmy Deuvin, Frank Moore,
Bill Dragus, Brian Catlin, Bo Barbee, Mark Barbee, Mike McCartney, Mark Tyees, Lenny Handfinger, and Lagus McCoy. Row Three: Don
Hauck, Jake Powers, Elisha Harris, Charlie Fontaine, Grady Hedgepeth, Keith Smith, Jerry Inge, Tracy Moon — Football Coach, Jerry Lassiter,
Harold Costner, Mike Conaway, David Campbell, Greg Brinkley and Frank Welsh.
In the last game of the season,
Kempsville played an outstanding
game against Bayside, with a score of
17-15. Kempsville was leading until the
last 3 seconds of the game, when
Bayside scored with a three point field
goal. This was probably the biggest
heartbreak of the season.
Kempsville High School is proud of
its team. We are especially proud of
our quarterback, Billy Paschall, who
has been singled out for a number of
honors, including being named "All
Chiefs block for teammate against Maury.
Chiefs upset Indian River's intentions.
Offense kills time.
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CHIEFS UPSET FIRST COLONIAL
This was the year the Chiefs were
looking forward to. They had experi-
ence and more height than last year.
They were expected to produce
Kempsville's best record in Eastern
District competition. This was not to
be, as the Chiefs started out losing to
Princess Anne and Bayside. They came
back and beat Kellam and First Colo-
nial, and it was down hill from that
point. It seems as if they could not put
a full game together, and went down
to defeat game after game.
The rebounding for the team was
taken care of by jim Roberts, Britt
Clisson, Greg Brinkley and Rudy
Mackey. The scoring for the team was
done by Paschall, Roughton, and
Glisson, with Brinkley and Mackey
right behind them.
Row One: Bret Pointer, Charlie Green, Bill Paschall, Rudy Mackey. Row Two: Paul Hickman,
Nehemiah Spence, Bobby Traino, Doug Booner, Gentry Peterson, Greg Brinkley, Bret Glisson,
Jimmy Roberts, Tom Maddrey, David Roughton, Mike Mills, Bob Martinis, Coach Roughton.
Bill Pascall shoots ball for an easy basket. Rudy Mackey concentrates on making shot.
Brinkley shows good form on the court.
KHS PLAYS BOOKER T AT SCOPE
Height advantage tor tip-off.
Bill Paschall sets a play.
Mike Mills drives for two points.
Co-Captains Bill Paschall and Greg Brinkley with Coach Roughton.
David Roughton calls a play.
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ROUGHTON IN SECOND YEAR AS COACH
Bill Paschall and Greg Brinkley were
elected co-captains for the year.
Returning lettermen were seniors
David Roughton, Mike Mills, Rudy
Mackey, Bones Peterson and Charlie
Green. They were backed up by
players from the Junior Varsity team of
last year. Those on the squad were Jim
Roberts, Britt Glisson, Doug Boone,
Tom Maddrey, Bob Traino and Brett
The team and the coach wish to
thank all the students for the good
support they received during the
Appreciation is also extended to Mr.
Cole, and his band, who performed
during the Chief's home games.
Coach Roughton plans strategy for Kempsville's next game.
Glisson adds points to Kempsville's score
Jimmy Roberts protects rebound
Mike Torch maneuvers to set up the play.
Gentry "Bones" Peterson.
Rudy Mackey executes lay up against Kellam.
Glisson gains ball in tip-off.
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The Kempsville High Varsity Wres-
tlers, coached by Mr. Weller, had an
outstanding year,' compiling a 9-4
winning season for 1971-72.
In reality, the J.V. and Varsity squads
are combined as one team using indi-
viduals from both whenever necessary
to wrestle in Varsity matches.
KHS came within one match of
winning and breaking Granby's 78
match winning streak. Our matmen
humiliated Indian River and Bayside
with a score of 51-3, and 44-5 respec-
tively. These were just a few of the
many decisive victories accomplished
by the KHS matmen.
Managers: Mike Bryant and Dennis Middleton
Co-Captains: Bill Miller and Rick Scarper
Row One: Ricky Halprin, James Barrington, Mike Jennings, Don Jackson, Bill Miller, Jack Carroll, Mike Rameriz. Row
Two: Brian Catlin, John Rameriz, Rick Scarper, Elisha Harris, Dennis Bennett, Mike Conoway.
SEASON FOR K.H.S. MATMEN
Another victory for the Chiefs
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As a result of the outstanding per-
formance of the wrestlers an increase
in popularity in the sport has occurred.
This was evident in the large number
of people attending the matches.
Outstanding wrestlers were Mike
Jennings, Don Jackson, Bill Miller, Jack
Carroll, John Rameriz, and Rick
Scarper. Bill Miller was top wrestler to-
taling forty points, nine wins and four
pins before the last match with
Referee signals two points
Chief overpowers opponent.
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CHIEFS FINISH FIRST
DISTRICT FOR SECOND
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Mike Shea — All Eastern District Team.
Billy Paschall — All Eastern District Team.
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Greg Cutrell, Roy Wright, Don Hauck, Melvin Ruperti, Rick Scarper, Jimmy Hill, Billy Paschall, Bobby Taylor, Coach Barlow, Mike Shea, John
Baynor, Walter Weatherington, Rodney Blake, Bobo Perkinson, Kent Heintzelman, Coach Sawyer, Managers: Kevin Morrissey and Bobby
The Kempsville Chiefs baseball team
finished another successful season.
Their 17-3 record was due to strong
pitching, quick double play combina-
tions, and six hitters batting above 300.
Billy Paschall 9-2, Melvin Ruperti 4-
1, and Don Hauck 3-0, performed
brilliantly from the mound. Kent
Heintzelman, Silver Gloveman at
Shortstop, combined with Bo Bo
Perkinson, Walter Wetherington,
Melvin Ruperti, and Jimmy Hill for 11
Jimmy Hill, 460; Rodney Blake, 368;
Mike Shea, 342; Walter Wetherington,
340; Rick Scarper, 332; and Billy
Paschall 307 were the Chiefs' leading
The Chiefs reached the finals in
Eastern Regional play by defeating
Warwick 6-3 in the semifinals.
Kempsville lost in the finals to
Craddock 4-0; however, our Chiefs
did finish fourth in state competition.
Bobo Perkinson guards base.
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Rodney Blake — Most valuable fielder.
Jimmy Hill — Most valuable player.
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PASCHALL — EASTERN
At the Spring Sports Banquet Jimmy
Hill won the Most Valuable Player and
Leading Hitter Award. Billy Paschall
won the Most Valuable Pitcher Award
along with being selected first string
pitcher on the All Eastern District
Team. Rodney Blake won the Valuable
Fielder Award. Mike Shea was selected
First String Centerfielder on the All
Eastern District Team.
Coach Barlow has compiled a
record of seventy-two wins and eleven
losses over a five year tenure as head
baseball coach at Kempsville.
Coach Barlow feels there will be
keen competition for every position
next year, due to a successful J.V. and
Junior High baseball program.
Coach Barlow feels that our baseball
teams seem to get stronger year to
year because of the outstanding com-
petitive spirit of the players and their
knowledge of fundamental skills.
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Kempsville High's Golf Team placed
3rd in the city, 4th in District, and 8th
in Regional. They had a winning
season even with two players partici-
pating in varsity competition for the
For the year 1972, except for Leigh
Taylor, all the boys will be returning
for another season as the golf team.
Mr. Braun is the coach of this team.
Billy Savage, Tom Smith, Leigh Taylor, Steve Estes, David Roughton.
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Estes blasts out of sand trap.
1971 GOLF TEAM
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Smith tees off.
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NUMBER ONE IN DISTRICT
Dedication, spirit, teamwork and
above all, hard work, proved again to
make a successful year for the Cross
Country team. For the second year in a
row they have won the Eastern District
Championship, which was held at
Kempsville was also represented this
year by a J.V. Team composed of ninth
and tenth graders. They were
undefeated and participated in the
William and Mary Invitational
Finishing third in the State.
The "Most Valuable" award was
given to Co-captains George Goff and
Mike Billari. The "Most Improved"
award was won by Clyde Doxey.
George Goff receives congratulations.
Finish line a relief.
Row One: )im Sovocool, Larry Gibason, Matt Slavish, |ohn
Brown. Row Two: Brad Brinkley, Coach Roughton.
Row One: !<>n\ Massey, larry Taylor, Mike Torrech, Paul
Hickman. Row Two: Clyde Doxey, David Roughton, Mike
Billari, Nehemiah Spence, Mike Bo\d. row Three: Bruce
M( Kinney, George Goff, Steve McCord, Coach Roughton.
SPRING TRACK BREAKS
EVEN WITH A 3-3 SEASON
Shot put takes extreme concentration.
Bulman heads for greater heights.
Practice makes perfect in hurdles.
Row One: Mike Mills, John Stevenson, Mike Hickman, Artie Bulman, Don Jackson, Tim
Brown, Julius Hurdle. Row Two: Coach Parker, John Reeves, George Coff, Joe Stalvia, Dwight
McCoy, Mike Billari, Jerry Nuckols, Mike Williams, Clyde Doxey, Coach DeSarro. Row Three:
Arthur Hymons, Anthony Massey, Richard Ralph, Charlie Fontaine, Dennis Williams, Jerry
Inge, Mark Francis, Kevin Vipavetz, Michael Rogers, Harry Hall, Bruce McKinney.
The 1971 Spring Track team had a
slow start by losing their first three
meets but improved greatly by
winning their last three. They ended
the season with a 3-3 record.
Track is an individual sport but it
takes a team effort to win a meet. It is
one of the hardest sports there is. A
person going out for track must have a
great desire and devotion to his event.
He must stick with it until he has
accomplished the best he can do.
Track takes extreme practice for all
There were many outstanding
atheletes on the team this year. In the
hurdles, Jerry Inge; high jumps, John
Reeves; pole-vaulters, Don Jackson
and Artie Bulman; in the sprints, Clyde
Doxey, Dwight McCoy and Julius
Hurdle, and distance runners were
Mike Billari, George Coff and Mike
The team was coached by Mr. Parker
and Mr. DeSarro.
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ENDURANCE — VITAL
TO INDOOR TRACK.
The Indoor Track Team, coached by
Mr. DeSarro, strived constantly for
strength and endurance. This paid off
when several members of the team
went to the State championships
representing Kempsville outstandingly,
placing a strong sixth.
Clyde Doxey placed third in the five
hundred yard dash and George Goff
was fifth in the mile. Jerry Inge took a
first in high hurdles and a fifth in the
low hurdles which made Inge the only
one from Tidewater to take a first
place at State.
The team also traveled to
Williamsburg to take place in the
William and Mary Invitational. In this
meet, Jerry Inge placed a third in low
hurdles and George Goff placed a sec-
ond in the half-mile. Other outstand-
ing members on the team were Mike
Billari, Julius Hurdle, and Legus
Inge runs high hurdle
Trackmen warmup before speed drills Shannon shows his form in shot-put.
Row One: Godfrey Grier, Roddy Buffington, Gary Teagle, Ken Moore, Bill McNew. Row Two:
Mike Thompson, Scott Lucas, Mike Robinson, Kurt Kamard, Bill Montgomery, Mike
Skaltsouris, Coach Morschel.
The overall tennis team record was
one win against nine losses. Despite
the fact that, statistically, the team had
a bad year — some good came out of
it. Experience, of course was gained.
Many individual efforts proved worth-
while. The potential of these players
was evident. David Jordan and Bill
Montgomery posted a seven and three
win loss record in doubles, while Scot
Lukas and Roddy Buffington finished
five-five in singles.
The seven starters were Kurt
Kamrad, Scot Lukas, Mike Robinson,
David Jordan, Bill Montgomery, Roddy
Buffington, and Gary Teagle. Mr.
Morschel coached the team.
Gary Teagle swings into action.
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Agility and strength are of the
upmost importance in the area of
gymnastics. As in all sports, there is a
certain amount of risk involved, but
careful training and skill are developed
to control this element.
The KHS Gymnastics Team excelled
in the 1971 state championship and
remained undefeated in all Olympic
events and duel team competition.
Our gymnasts have proven their
outstanding ability in all areas of
competition with Phil Perry and Steve
Johnson as all around gymnasts.
Denis Powers and Harry Hall have
shown excellent qualities as side horse
specialists as has Rick Haddock on
Much credit is given to Mr. Weller
who spends many hours in coaching
the Kempsville Gymnastics Team.
Row One: Larry Taylor, Donald Dozier, Tim White, Ricky Haddock, Oliver Ashby, Jim Teets.
Row Two: Larry Dubois, Ray Coley, Jerry Picard, Harry Hall, John Windom.
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lohnson exhibits skill.
Oliver Ashby Pike move displayed.
GYMNASTS THIRD IN STATE
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Cayle Noyes displays talent on beam.
Row One: Lynn Lee, Sandy Wooten, Marie Cox, Sandy lohnson, Sharon Rogers,
Cayle Noyes, Marcine Luke. Row Two: Sandy Coopersmith, Tonya Ferrel, Debbie
Simmer, Lyn Wells, Christy Proctor. Row Three: Babsi Meadow, Debi Divelbliss, and
Babsi Meadow on side horse.
Debbie Simmer on balance beam.
The girls gymnastics team this year
has thirteen enthusiastic members.
During the year, they will compete
with five Virginia Beach schools and
take part in the regional competition
held at Woodrow Wilson High School
on March 4. They are hoping to place
at the regionals and send some of their
girls to the state competition.
Women's gymnastics are made up
of five events: balance beam, uneven
parallel bars, vaulting, tumbling, and
floor exercise. The most important
aspect of the team this year is the spirit
of cooperation. The girls are also very
proud of the new uniforms which they
were given this year. Gymnastics in
this area has experienced a
tremendous amount of growth.
Hopefully, it will become more
advanced through experienced,
specially trained coaches and rated
judges. Mrs. Lam is gymnastics coach.
Broken arm makes Lynn Lee a spectator.
Sandra Coopersmith performs on unevens.
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AT FALL BANQUET
Co-Captains — Bonnie Forbes and Cindy Hicks.
First string — Row One: Karen Booher, Susan Halprin, Marcine Luke. Row Two: Cay
Harrington, Susan Atkins, Paula Morphis. Row Three: Miss Compton, Patty Wall,
Dalynn Patrick, Babsi Meadow, Bonnie Forbes, Cindy Hicks.
Players discuss tactics at conference during game.
Second string Row One: Barbara Cowan, I !nsh
Higgins, Phyllis Smith, Row Two: Becky Skiles, Mendi
Guthrie, Mary Snowden. Row Three: Angie Scott, Lisa
Beeler, Lynn Taylor, Wanda Smith, Barbara Harris, and
manager Debbie Howard.
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Barbara Cowan struggles to defend Kempsville ball
The girls field hockey team of 1971,
ended their season this year with a six-
four-four record. Coached by Miss
Dale Compton, the girls showed great
skill. Co-Captains, Bonnie Forbes and
Cindy Hicks, were Star Winners for the
This year an outstanding defensive
and offensive player were chosen.
Winners were Bonnie Forbes — most
outstanding defensive player and
Susan Atkins — most outstanding
offensive player. Special recognition
goes to the following girls for making
the All Star Tidewater Team: Babsi
Meadow — first string center forward.
Susan Atkins — first string center
halfback, Dalynn Patrick — second
string right inner, and Susan Halprin
— honorable mention as goalie. The
girls manager is Debbie Howard.
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Miss Compton gives awards at Banquet.
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Row One: Mark O'Hara, Dennis Bennett, Bruce Permenter, John Miley, Craig Cochrane, Otis Copley,
Robert Maddux. Second Row: Glen Crandstaff, Eddie Boyce, Robert Clyburn, Gilbert Ashley, Joe
Claxton, Bernard Gilchrist, Warnell Dozier, Bob Bailey, Steve Royster, Dennis OToole, Coney Gilchrist,
Coa< h Sawyer.
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Row One: John Beeler, Tim Thompson, Windham Curies, Delton Dunbar, Jimmy Moore, Keith Pearl,
Jeff Bunch, Steve King. Row Two: Mike Hanson, Carl Knapp, William Kirby, Brad Clements, Coach
Creekmore, Ricky Bliese, Mike Bryant, Steve Burbage, Greg Wilson.
The J.V. Football team once again
perpetuated the winning tradition at
K.H.S. this year. After starting the
season with a heartbreaking loss to
First Colonial, the little Chiefs finished
with a 3-2 record losing the final game
to Bayside in a hard fought battle. In
the three team victories, the defense,
which played outstanding ball all
season, held our opponents scoreless.
Some of our outstanding defensive
players were Ricky Bleise, Brad Clem-
ents, Tim Thompson, and Jimmy
Moore. The offense was led by Bob
Bailey, Dennis Bennett, Keith
Cochrane, Craig Cochrane, and Joey
The team was coached by Mr.
Creekmore and Mr. Sawyer.
JV'S EXHIBIT WELL BALANCED SQUAD
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Row One: Steve Morelen, Alan Price, John Gilchrist, Billy Foster, Mike Torrech, Buddy
Hooper, Chris LeSesne. Row Two: Ricky Bliese, Hal Nuckols, Oliver Mayfield, Brad Brinkley,
Mike Brock. Row Three: Jimmy Hartley, Pat Downs, Grady Hedgespath, Terry Lassiter, Coach
The JV Basketball team, coached by
Mr. Gavin, was led by Alan Price with a
17.8 average. The remainder -of the
squad was made up of many other
boys of considerable talent. The guard
responsibility was shared equally be-
tween Mike Torrech, Rick Bliese,
Buddy Hooper and John Gilchrist. All
the players at one time during the
season were team leaders. The
rebounding chores were handled by
Terry Lassiter with additional help
from Brad Brinkley. Oliver Mayfield
and Pat Downs. With reserves like
Grady Hedgespeth, Mike Brock, Hal
Nackols and Jimmy Hartley, the JV
Chiefs had a very well balanced squad.
Warm-up practice vital
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J.V.'S REMAIN UNDEFEATED
The J.V. Wrestling team finished the
season with a 12-0 record. Their most
important victories came against Cox
19-16, Granby 35-0 and Norview 52-
18. The J.V. Chiefs were led by such
outstanding wrestlers as David Clary,
Bobby Wernick, Lagus McCoy, Frank
Welsh and Dave Campbell.
Mr. Creekmore, who is new to
Kempsville this year, is the coach.
Wrestlers run to keep in shape.
Row One: Doug Massey, Kevin Massey, Bob Wernick, Ken George, Dave Clary, Jack Liles, Lagus McCoy, Clay Melton. Row Two: Coach
Creekmore, Garland Walker, Glen Granstaff, Frank Welch, Dave Jordan, Hugh Mooney, Dave Campbell, Rick Bulger.
J.V. BASEBALL HAS WINNING SEASON
The J.V. Baseball team, coached by
Mr. McDuftie, had a winning season
compiling six wins against three losses.
These losses were very close games
against First Colonial, Cranby, and
The offensive thrusts came from the
bats of Clyde Covington and Allen
Price, each with a batting average of
.333. Other outstanding players were
John McKinney, Jan Patterson, Tommy
Mott, Brett Payner, and Jimmy Roberts,
all who contributed to a most
successful J.V. baseball season.
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Row One: Tommy Mott, Jan Patterson, Mark Barbee, Robbie Cunter, Clyde Covington, Bobby Traino, John McKinney, Brian Catlin. Row
Two: Eddie Boyce — manager, Bret Poyner, Tommy Chowns, Jimmy Roberts, Barny Gable, Allen Price, Coach McDuftie.
The bunter's grip is vital to baseball.
Mr. McDuftie — J.V. coach.
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BETH ANN DIPACE
LINDA LEE HENDRICKSON
CATHERINE MARIE RUSSELL
JAMES EUGENE MADDUX
THERESA ANN REMICCI
JOHN FRANCIS CHUDACEK
WILLIAM EMERSON CASEY
DEBORAH JEAN HARRIS
HENRY FRANK JONES, III
MARK ELGIN FRANCIS
LINDA DRU WILSON
BONNIE MARLENE FORBES
MARILYN KAY SMITH
JOEL SCOTT STEWARD
DALE ELLEN STEVENS
STEPHANIE VIRGINIA HOLT
KATHLEEN JOAN MARSHALL
ADELE LYNN DENNIS
TRUDI ALITA TKACHENKO
DEBORAH ANNE WENGER
CAROL LYNN HOWARD
JUDITH ^ ICHELE ROSSER
DEBRA ELIZABETH WILLIAMS
ROBERT WILLIAM YARBOROUGH
MARY JEANNE SEITZ
GREGORY SCOTT BRINKLEY
HELEN PEYTON CAMPBELL
JULIA CAROLYN FRAZIER
KAREN LEIGH BOOHER
WILLIAM LINDSAY SASSER, JR.
CHARLES H. SASSONE
SUSAN VIRGINIA HOBSON
DENNIS JAMES MISMAS
JOHN A. REASOR, JR.
ELIZABETH M. WADE
TONI LYNETTE KNIGHT
CARY AMBLER WILLCOX, JR.
NANCY ELLEN POMPLUN
WANDA GAIL LOWE
ROBERT DALLAS HOWARD, JR.
CAROL NATHETTE SYKES
CASSANDRA ALFREDA STANCIL
REBECCA LYNN MATTHEWS
JANET LOUISE SOUTHARD
CYNTHIA ANN WALKER
BRUCE TAYLOR MCKINNEY
SHARON LEE WILLIAMS
FRED ALLEN BREWER, JR.
JANICE MARIE COATES
ROBIN MELISSA HOTCHKIN
KEVIN GEORGE VIPAVETZ
SHARON BRAY UNDERWOOD
JANICE LYNN MCELROY
DEBORAH LEE SHEPHERD
GARY WAYNE MORRIS
ELEANOR MARGARET BRADSHAW
GAY ELIZABETH HARRINGTON
JAMIE LYNN SNYDER
STEPHEN CRAIG WHITE
ROBBIN LEDWINA BEARDEN
CYNTHIA A. TURNER
AMY ANN FORRELL
ARTHUR BULMAN, III
MARY MARGARET MULLALY
DEBORAH ANN SIMMER
MELINDA LEE GUTHRIE
DEBRA ANN BULLOCK
SHERRY LYNNE HARPER
SHARON LYNN TUTWILER
JANET FAYE COOPER
JEFFREY ALAN MILLER
Ten outstanding seniors are chosen
each year at Kempsville in recognition
of services rendered to the school.
They are nominated by the senior
class, screened carefully, and then
selected by the vote of their class.
Any school, is of course, what its
students make it. Some give a great
deal, others very little. It is those who
give more than they demand whom
we wish to honor. There is no particu-
lar area in which one must excel to
qualify for this position. The outstand-
ing seniors may be involved in many
activities or particularly outstanding in
a few areas.
RECOGNITION GIVEN FOR SERVICES
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Careful consideration is given to
each student's performance during his
three years at K.H.S. This year's out-
standing seniors are: Don Hauck,
Cassandra Stancil, James Maddux,
Kathy Marshall, Thereas Remicci, Mary
Domme, Debbie Forehand, and Becky
TEN CHOSEN BY SENIOR CLASS
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Senior Class Officers:
President — James Maddux
Vice President — Theresa Remicci
Secretary — Sarah Forbes
Treasurer — Sharon Williams
Historian — Mary Brewer
SUSAN LORRAINE ADAMS
TERESA DIANE ADAMS
DEBORAH LYNN AMBURN
THERESA LYNNE ANNAS
IONATHAN RAY ASHBY
LEE DREW ASHBY
MADDUX LEADS CLASS OF 72
MICHAEL P. ASKEW
DEBORAH KAY ATKINS
JAMES MICHAEL ATKINS
STEVEN W. BALL
KAREN SUE BANKER
BENJAMIN JEFFREY BARNES
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DEBRA ELAINE BARRY
EDWARD RAY BATEMAN
Although posed, the feeling is real
WILLIAM FERBEE BAXTER
VERNON VICTOR BEACHAM
ROBIN LEDWINA BEARDEN
ROBERT DAVID BERRY
WIILIAM MICHAEl BIIIARI
RODNEY LEE BLAKE
ANDREW BRYEN BLAND
IOHN RICHARD BLESSING
KARL HERBERT BLIESE
CHRISTOPHER TERRY BLOUNT
KAREN LEIGH BOOHER
JAMES STEVEN BOWLES
MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SEMI-FINALIST
BRUCE HAROLD BOWMAN
CHERI LYNN BOYD
WILLIAM MICHAEL BOYD
RICHARD LEE BRACE ELEANOR MARGARET BRADSHAW
RUSSELLCLIFTON BRADFORD VICKIE CHARLENE BRANNON
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LINDA C. BRATTON
BERNARD STEPHEN BREEN
FRED ALLEN BREWER
Communication despite any language barrier.
MARY ELIZABETH BREWER
JOHN B. BREWINCTON
MARCIA LYNN BRIDEN
GREGORY SCOTT BRINKLEY
IO ANN LYNETTE BRITT
BONNIE LOUISE BROWN
TIMOTHY FRANK BROWN
PARENTS BOOST STUDENT ACTIVITIES
FREDRICK RUTAN BULGER
DEBRA ANN BULLOCK
TRINA ELLENE BULLOCK
VALERIE YVONNE BURDEN
MARK TIMOTHY BURKS
HELEN PEYTON CAMPBELL
PAULA KAY CARDER
LYNN TAYLOR CARPER
JACK EDWARD CARROLL
WALTER JEFFREY CARROLL
PATRICIA ANN CARRY
A look of skepticism or just a moment from concentration
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WILLIAM EMERSON CASEY
STEVEN CAMERON CASH
JULIA ANNE CHAPMAN
NANCY JANE CHERRY
GREGORY ANDREW CHESTER
JOHN FRANCIS CHUDACAK
DEBORA LYNN CLANTON
MONTHLY SENIOR ASSEMBLIES
Seniors win spirit stick at first
JANICE MARIE COATES
PATRICIA ANN COFFMAN
RANDY SCOTT COLEMAN
HILLARY ALLEN COLEY
JACK WILLIAM COLLINS
SHARON )ANE CON AWAY
DAYNA LYNN CONNOR
OFFER VARIED CAREERS
TERRY DAVID COOK
BARBARA ANN COONS
JANET FAYE COOPER
MARY KATHERINE COOPER
PATRICK EDWARD CORBIN
WILLIAM THOMAS CORDLE
TRACY RYAN CORDON
one hundred forty-nine
LAST CLASS TO GRADUATE
GERALD ALLEN COX
WENDELL LEON CROSS
BRENDA KAYE CROUCH
GAIL ELIZABETH CRUNK
TERRI LYNN CULPEPPER
JOSEPH RICHARD DANIEL
WILLIAM SCOTT DANIELS
DAVID NEIL DAUGHERTY
DONALD STEWART DAVIDSON
DEBORAH DIANA DAVIS
JILL ERICA DAVIS
AFTER FIVE YEARS AT K.H.S
Only the number changes — the meaning remains.
I I <f I I I
NANCY MA-RILYN DAVIS
ROBERT ALLEN DAVIS
THOMAS HAYGOOD DAVIS, JR.
ELAINE MARIE DAWS
PATRICIA JEAN DAWSON
CHARLES J. DEAN
DONNA MARIE DECKER
RICHARD ALLEN DEGLOW
ADELE LYNN DENNIS
one hundred fifty-one
Majorettes provide entertainment
for Kempsville fans.
ROBERT KENNETH DENSON
TRACY CAROL DEYNCOURT
JANEY LOUISE DICKERSON
BETH ANN DIPACE
CLAUDE RUFUS DIVERS
SENIORS' "PSYCH OUT THE FALCONS"
MICHAEL EDWARD DIXON
SUSAN CHANDLER DIXON
LINDA ANN DODD
MARK DAVID DOERSCH
MARY LOUISE DOMME
IOHN ALLEN DORAN
CLYNIS ANN DORTON
CLYDE LEE DOXEY, JR.
GERARD FRANKLIN DRISCOLL
LARRY DEAN DUBOIS
VERN THOMAS DUBOIS
LARRY WAYNE EGAS
GARY LEE ERICKSON
RONALD NORMAN ERIKSON
STEVE ALLAN ESTES
CLIFTON DARNELL EURE
FLOAT TAKES FIRST PLACE
Senior float — a product of creavity and togetherness
DARLENE SPENCER FARIS
TERESA CAROL FERRIS
one hundred fifty-three
TEN OUTSTANDING STUDENTS
DEBORAH JEAN FIORE
JULIE ANN FISHER
RICHARD LEONE FISHER, JR.
RICHARD CARLTON FLEMING
ROBIN CRISPIN FLEMING
ELIZABETH ANNE FLOCK
WAYNE DOUGLAS FOGLE
ANTHONY HENRY FONTONILLA
BONNIE MARLENE FORBES
DANIEL SCOTT FORBES
SARAH ELLEN FORBES
DEBI JEAN FOREHAND
AMY ANN FORRELL
DEBRA LYNN FOX
MARK ELGIN FRANCIS
SELECTED BY SENIOR CLASS
JULIA CAROLYN FRAZIER
DOROTHY ANN FREEMAN
PHYLLIS RENAE FREEMAN
SUSAN ANN FUCH
JOY MARIE FULCHER
ROY DAVIS FULCHER
BARRY LYNN CABLE
MICHAEL VALERIE GARCIA
VENIE ANN GARRETT
MARK JOSEPH GEORGE
STEPHEN P. GEORGE
WILLIE FRANCIS GEORGE
LEONARD FRANCIS GIBASON
DEBRA ANNE GIBBS
one hundred fifty-five
BARBARA ANN GIBSON
LINDA SUSAN GIBSON
BRENDA GAIL GIFFORD THERLEEN DENISE GILCHRIST
GWENDOLYN LAROSA GILCHRIST ANDREW LEE GILLS
GEORGE C. GOFF
KATHERINE LYNN GORDON
DAVID KNACK — CHAIRMAN OF
MARCIE ANN GRAY
SHELLEY LYNN GRAY
CHARLES E. GREENE
LYNN IOYCE GRIFFITH
BARBARA LUCILLE GURGANUS
RONALD LEE GWALTNEY
EMORY O'DELL HALL
HARRY LYNWOOD HALL
CYNTHIA ANN HANBURY
CONNIE SUE HANKS
DAVID SCOTT HANSON
PHYLLIS ANN HARDY
SHERRY LYNNE HARPER
HOMECOMING PLANNING COMMITTEE
DOUG L. HARREL
GAY ELIZABETH HARRINGTON
BARBARA DIANE HARRIS
BEULAH BENTON HARRIS
CYNTHIA CHRISTINE HARRIS
DEBORAH JEAN HARRIS
LORETTA FAY HARRIS
FRANCES KAYE HARRISON
one hundred fifty-seven
CLASS OF 72 APPRECIATES
EDMUND PHILIP HARTLOVE
CAROL JEANNE HASKINS
PATRICIA ANN HARDIN
GLENN MICHAEL HATCHER
DONALD P. HAUCK
HERBERT HAROLD HEATH
PATRICIA LEE HENDRICKS
LINDA LEE HENDRICKSON
CYNTHIA SUE HICKS
PATRICIA ANN Hill
ROBERT BAUCOM HINSON
THE MULLENS' ASSISTANCE
PAUL ANDREW HODNETT
STEPHANIE VIRGINIA HOLT
TERESA ANN HOLT
LOIS ALYNE HOOVER
STEVE PATRICK HORTON
WILLIAM DEAN HORTON
ROBIN MELISSA HOTCHKIN
Another form of communication
CAROL LYNN HOWARD
ROBERT DALLAS HOWARD
one hundred fifty-nine
WAUNDA VANESSA JOHNS
MICHAEL WAYNE JOHNSON
STEVE WAYNE JOHNSON
CHRISTOPHER DON JONES
HENRY FRANK )ONES, III
PATRICIA ANNE JONES
RONALD STEPHEN JONES
PATRICIA ANN JORDAL
A moment given to convey understanding
WHITE SANDS TO HOST SENIOR PROM
JEANNE BELUA JORDAN
SHERRY ROXANN JORDAN
LINDA M. JORCENSON
DEBORAH LYNN KECK
DEBORAH YVONNE KEENE
KATHRYN ELIZABETH KEHOE
BRUCE ALAN KELLER
JOHN TERRY KELLY
one hundred sixty-one
Spirit to move the Chiefs
GWENDOLYN ANN KENDRK k
GRACE LEIGH kERNS
MARGARET MARY KEYS
MELVIN LEE KIMBLE
HAROLD GLLN KING
ROBERT B. KING
KMHRYN CECILE KIRBY
DAVID |OHN KNACK
SENIOR SECTION RESERVED IN STADIUM
BARRY DEAN KNIGHT
DELORES ANITA KNIGHT
SUSAN FRANCES KNIGHT
TONI LYNETTE KNIGHT
CAROI YN DYANN KNOX
GLORIA THERESE KOSTER
MICHAEL TED LAKE
RANDALL KENT LAKE
GARY ANDREW LAMM
KIMBERLY FAYE LANFRANCHI
DEBORAH FAYE LANKFORD
SHERYL ELAINE LANTZ
WILLIAM VALENTINE LASSEN
JAMES MICHAEL LEE
one hundred sixty-three
BETTY YANCEY LEMON
BRADFORD WILLIAM LE PAGE
ROBERT LEROY LEWIS
ISAAC W. LIVERMAN
WANDA GAIL LOWE
MARCINE FAYE LUKE
NADINE KAY LUKE
DEBBIE FOREHAND REIGNS
LU ANNE LUNDY
ANN MARIE LYONS
RUDOLPH MACKEY, JR.
JAMES EUGENE MADDUX
ROBIN ELAINE MALE
KATHLEEN JOAN MARSHALL
ROBERT JEROME MARTENIS MARIAN IRENE MASSENBERC ANTHONY WAYNE MASSEY
GAIL EDNA MARTIN ANTHONETTE SHELDENE MASSEY REBECCA LYNN MATTHEWS
ROGER SAMUEL MATTHEWS
MARTHA JANE MAYES
AS 1971 HOMECOMING QUEEN
The Chief marches for half-time performance.
FAYE DIANE MAYTON
MARK KEVIN MEADE
one hundred sixty-five
FIVE VIE FOR HOMECOMING QUEEN
BARBARA LYNN MEADOW
EVERETT C. MEIXEL
MICHAEL W. MELVIN
IANET L. METZ
DENNIS ANDREW MIDDLETON
DELORES SUSAN MIDGETT
CORRINNE MARIE MILLER
MARK ANTHONY MILLER
MICHAEL ALLEN MILLER
PAUL EUGENE MILLER
WILLIAM ELLIOT MILLER
DENNIS JAMES MISMAS
Homecoming candidate captures feeling of K.H.S. in one smile.
VIRGINIA LOUISE MITCHELL
LYNDA KATHERINE MONROE
GARY ALAN MOORE
GLEN WAREN MOORE
RHONDA LOUISE MOORE
GARY WAYNE MORRIS
IVAN PATRICK MORRIS
MARILYN KAY MORTON
ROBIN ELIZABETH MOSS
one hundred sixty-seven
MARY MARGARET MULLALY
JOEL WALTER MUNFORD
DANNY LEE MURPHY
CAROL LEE MYERS
RICHARD D. MYERS
GLORIA JEAN MCCONKEY
CARROLL ELAINE MCCOY
DAVID MELVIN MCCOY
SENIOR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
JANICE LYNN MCELROY
DEBORAH LYNN MCCOVVAN
MICHAEL TIMOTHY MCGRATH
STEPHANIE ANN MCGUIRL
BRUCE TAYLOR MCKINNEY
RAHN ALLEN MC1AVVHORN
STEVEN ALLEN MCLELLAN
KENTON JENKS MCLEMORE
SUE ELIZABETH MCNULTY
GARY MICH EAL NANCE
JERI LYNN NEAL
DAVID ELLIS NEUMANN
DEBORAH LYNN NIELL
DIANNE LEE NORMAN
ROY ALBERT NORVILLE
CAYLE KATHERINE NOYES
HAS SUCCESSFUL YEAR
KATHLEEN ELLEN O'HARA
STEPHEN BARRYMOORE OWENS
KAREN RAE PAINTER
DIANNE BEVERLY PARHAM
CHERYL LEIGH PARKER
DEBORAH NAN PARKER
DONNA JEAN PARKER
one hundred sixty-nine
COLLEGE DECISIONS WEIGH
WILLIAM HERBERT PASCHALL
MICHELE STAMATIA PASSARIS
JAN MICHAEL PATTERSON
KENNETH WAYNE PATTON
POLLY PAGE PAULETTE
WILLIAM WALLACE PAYNTER
MICHELE GAIL PEARL
ROBERT LESTER PEDERSON
RONALD LEE PERRY
GENTRY ARNAZ PETERSON
WILLIAM HAROLD PETERSON
IFRRY ROGER PICARD
EVERETTE EUGENE PIERSOL
IUDY LOUISE PINKHAM
ROCHELLE LYNN PINSON
HEAVILY ON MINDS OF SENIORS
MICHAEL B. PLAYER
NANCY ELLEN POMPLUM
JOHN JOSEPH RAMIREZ, JR.
MICHAEL WAYNE RAMIREZ
JOSEPH BRUCE RAMSEY
JOHN ARTHUR REASOR
ALAN B. REED
THERESA ANN REMICCI
JAMES RILEY RHOADS
JAMES RUDOLPH RICE, JR.
EDWIN BRUCE RICHARDSON
CHRIS JOHN RICHCELS
VERNON LEON RICKS
BARBARA ELIZABETH RIDDELL
TERRY MARIE RIMARSKI
one hundred seventy-one
DUANNE REW RINGER
WESLEY HARRY RITER
NADINE ANN ROBARE
MARTIN JOHN ROBBINS
DOROTHY LOUISE ROBEY
CHERYL LYNN ROBINSON
MISS POWELL'S EFFORTS
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HENRY WALTER ROEHL
CAROL MARIE ROGERS
MARY LOUISE ROMIO
RI1A ELIZABETH ROONI Y
ANGELA CHRISTINE ROSS
MICHELE JUDITH ROSSER
DAVID BRUCE ROUGHTON
MELVIN CHARLIE RUPERTI
The cafeteria is a place for more than eating
CATHERINE MARIE RUSSELL
MICHELE W. RUSSELL
MAKE COMMENCEMENT EFFECTIVE
THORNTON EUGENE RUSSELL
DEBRA LEE SABINE
ERNIE MARSHALL SALYERS
DEBRA LEE SAMS
CLYDE EDWARD SANDERS JR.
WILLIAM LINDSAY SASSER
CHARLES H. SASSONE
ANDREW B. SAUNDERS
one hundred seventy-three
GRADUATION — CLIMAX
Practice for Miracle Worker proves demanding
ANTHONY WALTER SAVAGE
RICHARD ROY SAWYER
BARBARA JEAN SCARANO
RICHARD WAYNE SCARPER
CATHERINE MARGARET SCHMITT
DAVID WAYNE SCHROEDER
CRAIG PHILIP SCHWINDT
THOMAS BYRON SCOTT
STEVE MICHEAL SECONDINO
MARY JEANNE SEITZ
JAMES HOWARD SHANNON
OF HIGH SCHOOL YEARS
DEBORAH LEE SHEPHERD
REBECCA LYNN SHERROD
JUDY ANN SIBLEY
DEBORAH ANN SIMMER
VALERIE MARIE SMELSER
ALLEN WILLIAM SMITH
ANCELIA DENEDIA SMITH
Maybe learning can go on even in tired minds.
ANITA LYNN SMITH
DONNA BUTT SMITH
one hundred seventy-five
DONNA LYNN SMITH
JANET SUSAN SMITH
LOIS PENELL SMITH
MARILYN KAY SMITH
TOMMY WAYNE SMITH
WILLIAM CONNOR SMITH
There is meaning even behind emptiness.
WANDA LEE SNOWDEN
JAMIE LYNN SNYDER
LINDA MAE SOREY
ELIZABETH ANN SOVOCOOL
MICHAEL RAYMOND STACK
CASSANDRA ALFREDA STANCIL
KEMPSVILLE GRADUATES THIRD CLASS
DALE ELLEN STEVENS
JOHN ROBERT STEVENSON
JOEL SCOTT STEWARD
CYNTHIA MARIE STINNETT
ROBERT SMITH STOKES
one hundred seventy-seven
SENIOR SPONSORED DO-NUT SALE AND
JOHN CLAYTON STUBLEN
DAVID CLIFTON SULLIVAN
CAROL MATHETTE SYKES
BARBARA BEATRICE TABRON
CYNTHIA RUTH TALL
LARRY JOE TAYLOR
ROBERT LOUIS TAYLOR
( „\R\ KIWI III II \(,l I
JAMES MELVIN II I Is
DREAMA LYNN THOMAS
KATHLEEN MARY THOMAS
SKATING PARTY PROVE SUCCESSFUL
WILLIAM DONALD THOMAS
GARY ALLEN THOMPSON
MICHAEL MONROE THOMPSON TRUDI ALITH TKACHENKO
KATHRYN |. TIERNEY MARY ANNIE TODD
DONALD WILLIAM TUCKER
CYNTHIA ANN TURNER
SHARON LYNN TUTWILER
His hand provides the model for creation.
one hundred seventy-nine
ROBERT WAYNE TYLER
CAROLYN LEE TYSON
SHARON BERRY UNDERWOOD
MARY JOSEPHINE URICK
THOMAS GUY URSO
LIZZIE MAE UZZLE
JAMES ANTHONY VALENTI
NELLIE MARIE VAN AUSTIN
POP FESTIVAL BECOMES
JOHN PHILIP VEIT
PAMELA ANNETTE VERGET
GREG JOSEPH VIAU
KEVIN GEORGE VIPAVETZ
MICHAEL WILSON VOGLER
DAVID H. VOTH
Lockers hold more than hook--.
ELIZABETH MURRAY WADE
JANET KATHERINE WADE
JOANNE ELFREDA WADE
CYNTHIA ANN WALKER
MICHELE DALE WALKER
JOHN M. WALL
CAROLYN ELAINE WALLACE
TIMOTHY LYNN WALLACE
A TRADITION AFTER THIRD YEAR
WILLIAM RALPH WASHBURN
Pep rally becomes a place for unwinding.
one hundred eighty-one
DEBORAH ANNE WENCER
BETH ANN WERNICK
WALTER R. WETHERINGTON
DIANE ELAINE WHEELER
JAMES ARLESTER WHITE
STEVEN CRAIG WHITE
TIMOTHY WAYNL WHITI
WILLIAM HARRISON WHITE
BILLIE MARIE WHITEHURST
CARY AMBLER WILCOX
PATRICIA ANN WILKERSON
DEBRA ELIZABETH WILLIAMS
JAMES DENNIS WILLIAMS
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR ACHIEVEMENTS
SHARON LEE WILLIAMS
LINDA ANNE WILSON
LINDA DRU WILSON
SANDRA LEIGH WILSON
PAMELA LEIGH WINGROVE
PATH L. WINTERS
MARTIN ALAN WITTMAN
TIMOTHY LEE WOLFE
SANDRA ANN VVOOTEN ROBERT WILLIAM YARBOROUGH
STEPHEN D. WRIGHT REBECCA ANN YENOWINE
MICHAEL EDWARD YOUNG
TERESA JACQUELINE ZAUN
one hundred eighty-three
Junior Class Officers: President — Mike Bates; Vice President — Robin Cross; Secretary— Jana Boyles; Treasurer — Cindy Marshall
BATES LEADS CLASS OF 73
Rk hard Ballon
Clayton Benin k
B oyc e
one hundred eighty-five
\\i< hele < <i r ry
I eanne ( artwrighl
lane ( arvil
Hal ( asey
I Inda i esil
Mu hael Conoway
karen Craw turd
Jackie C riss
Debi irah Davis
kai I Doersch
one hundred eighty-seven
k. ibin I line in
Diana Em kson
Patti Fuk her
I )on,il<l ( .ales
Harold ' iihbs
Bernard <.ili hrist
I rankie ( iillispie
I lebbie Goad
JUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS CANDY SALE
Cheryl Hendrk ks
Debbie Horou il/
Deb i Howard
one hundred eighty-nine
I hen ;a f lubbard
(tins I.K kson
learn lie lai kson
ludy )a< ks< 'ii
Kill. 111 I.k kson
si, a '■ leffi us
Levy li ihnson
I ind.i lohnson
Si , iltie lohnson
Vi( kie lohnson
I inda Johnston
Bl Him,' |onrs
( link |, Hi,".
( \ lilh l.l lours
lai k Koeneman
Vic lor Lambert
Constani e I aulie
Mike Lei roy
( hnslian I eSesne
Hugh I euesque
I loUg I I'U IS
Nancy 1 indsay
Larry Livei man
lames I ivi< k
Nancy 1 1 ing
Mary |. mi' Love
Roberta I ov\ rtv
Carol I in "" I
Claudia I ypaghl
li, bbie Manby
Mary Ann Millen
Ric hard Mumfoi d
one hundred ninety-one
Karen Nol ill's
Constance O Toole
Alan Pnc c
Fein la Rankin
Vic kie Ries
I heryl Robinson
Diana Robinsi in
SUMMER CAR WASH SUCCESSFUL
one hundred ninety-three
WINTER WONDERLAND THEME FOR
sc ..it Smith
Tim Smit h
Mb hael Tackett
( hristie Topoliski
Mike Torret h
Susan Ts let
Mimi Van Auken
Debbie Van Hoy
Donnie Van Pelt
If ff Welch
one hundred ninety-five
SOPHOMORES LEAD BY HEDGEPETH
Sophomore Class Officers: President — Grady Hedgespeth; Vice President — Michelle Todd; Secretary — Kathi Metzer; Treasurer — Steve
Carl Allen Barber
Randy William Benton
Lee L. Blank
Rodney E. Boone
one hundred ninety-seven
TODD AND REMICCI
CLASS PRINCESSES FOR HOMECOMING
Jeff Bum h
Bru( i' ( ournoyei
Ronny Craw Inn!
IN SCHOOL CAREER
Pti 1 1 Dowdy
one hundred ninety-nine
LATE SHIFTS AND
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f mi w 8
Scott Fox well
I n( i a Gentry
Larry Gi bason
Lynn Hai 1 1
I ■ jsiI Harrison
Cynthia Hate hei
Shery I I lawk ins
u illiam Hay nes
|o Ann Henson
I enwood Hudson
M< t .1 lenkins
two hundred one
AWARENESS SPRINGS FROM CONCERN
Pam lusiii e
Constant e Kerns
Mauro La Rossa
Denise I eon
lac k Liles
Anthony Mik hell
Rebe( < a Morns
two hundred three
K ,i fell islei
Robert < Ibenauer
Dennis O Toole
Cathy Pru e
Karen Priti hard
Rii hard l'ro< lor
\ ic kie Prue
\ 1 1 1 1 . i Reed
I ina Ren
i raig Rii e
Warren Ru hardson
PARTICIPATION IN CLASS
De Anna Ryals
two hundred five
Mary Ann Smith
Matt Situ ish
Mic helle Todd
Debbie Van Wagnei
Rose Maria Ward
two hundred seven
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These are the ones to supply.
They cater to a demanding society.
Service . . .
I /hat should be and is the point. '
Many deal with necessity.
Some deal with luxury . . .
All with the people.
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CROFTON DIVING CORP.
248 Huntsman Rd.
Norfolk, Va. 23502
VALU FAIR SUPERMARKETS
4 Locations to Serve You
Save Twice . . . Low, Low Prices
Plus S&H Green Stamps, Too!
Merwin Kalman Associates,
"Audio Visual Specialists"
205 Pennsylvania Avenue
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462
two hundred eleven
America's Most Awarded Fine Furniture Store
Fine Furnitures, Carpet, Draperies
Linens, Accessories, Interior Design
Fine Silver, China and Crystal
"Congratulations — Class of 72!"
SATTERFIELD BROS. INC.
"Quality Furniture Since 1917"
319 W. 21st St.
ROWE & LONG MUSIC CO.
Selmer — King Olds
Baldwin — Kohler & Campbell & Yamaha Pianos
57 Princess Anne Plaza
Military Circle Store
China, Crystal, Silver, Jewelry, School Rings
6359 Virginia Beach Blvd.
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
5266 Princess Anne Road
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462
Garden Supplies * Paints * Housewares
J & J HARDWARE CORP.
4404 Indian River Road
East Chesapeake, Virginia 23325
Nights and Sundays
"Flowers For All Occasions"
Weddings - Funerals - Plants and Corsages
6220 E. Indian River Road
Virginia Beach, Virginia
two hundred twelve
The Sportsman's Shop
123 West Main Street
For Your Sport Needs
eve r-u otau
FIRST & MERCHANTS
We're ready when you are!
You may already be saving some of your after-school or
vacation earnings for college. Or perhaps you're class or
club treasurer. Come in and let us help. Let us be your bank
today, just as we hope to be your bank in the future.
Off. Phone: 499-0559
Res. Phone: 855-8408
THOMAS W. SCOTT
4846 Virginia Beach Blvd.
At Aragona Shopping Center
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462
KEMPSVILLE AUTO SALES
5059 Cleveland St., Virginia Beach, Va. 23462
two hundred thirteen
& Produce, Inc.
NEISLER AUTO SERVICE
5760 Princess Anne Road — Virginia Beach, Va.
General Auto Repairs — Body & Fender — Painting
Tune-up — Carburetion and Electrical Service
Propane Carburetion Service
24 Hour Wrecker Service
Distributors of Frozen Foods
TUe water's Mosl LUuSua! Collec+.o^ • ot
MILITARY CIRCLE a-d U/A*fcS COA^tf
14 Tidewater Stores
"Your One Stop Building
TIDEWATER AUTO PARTS
Complete Line of New & Rebuilt Parts
5192 Virginia Beach Blvd.
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462
John L. Vassar
A Complete Planing Mill
West Coast Lumber
104 North Witch Duck Road
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462
639 INDEPENDENCE BLVD.
TWO BLOCKS FROM SEARS AT PEMBROKE MALL
Rentals & Sales
of formal wear
All Brand New
• Double Breasted and Single Breasted Edwardians
• Formal Jump Suits
• Dinner Jackets m All Colors
• 8 Different Color Ruffle Shirts
LONE PINE RESTAURANT
135 Kempsville Rd.
Banquet Facilities Phone: 499-3881
Superb Italian and American Cuisine
Featuring Seafood Live Entertainment Nightly
Specialists in Fashion
Military Circle Mall
Norfolk, Va. 23502
High & Court
Portsmouth, Va. 23704
ANDRE GARNETS HAIRSTYLING
Maria's Beauty Salon
"The Ultimate in Beautiful Hair Styling"
6220 Indian River Road Virginia Beach, Va.
ACADEMY OF DANCE
Ballet — Tap — Jazz
Miss JoAnna Smelser, Director
821 -C Sunnyside Dr., Va. Beach
(Just off Indian River Road)
Phone — 420-5990 or
Member of Dance Masters of America
two hundred fifteen
DON JUAN HOUSE OF BEAUTY
"Carolanne Shopping Center"
Complete Beauty Care
5266 F Princess Anne Rd. Va. Beach, Va.
The Image Staff
Wishes to Thank
Sales — Rentals — Custom Building — House Trading
HENRY— HANSON — TUCKER REALTY
The Cavalier Hotel
Realtors Member Metro MLS
4620 Haygood Road
Virginia Beach, Va. 23455
LucileSykes Residence: 420-3084
Now the Army starts you at $268.50 a month.
And you may not even have to spend it.
30 days paid vacation and a bfetime retirement are some of the other benefits
today's Army has to offer If youd like to serve yourself as you serve your country,
Tbday^ Army wants to join yon.
South Military Highway
DIAMOND HILL PLYWOOD COMPANY
2301 Ingleside Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23513
JpU±toov v^o^ACfc ^ol>-^ Uy.
Allen and Mary Jean
Barrett's Corner Esso
Mr. & Mrs. R.H. DeFord, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Dennis
Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Forbes
Mr. & Mrs. H.R. Forehand
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Cibbs
Mr. & Mrs. J.H. Goad
Grace's Beauty Salon
Mr. & Mrs. W.L. Hendricks
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Hicks
Mr. & Mrs. George F. Hotchkin
Irwin's Drug Store
Mrs. Dorothy Libby
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Maddux
Dr. & Mrs. Harold Marshall
Mr. & Mrs. Willie D. Matthews
Mr. & Mrs. George A. Menge & Family
Mr. & Mrs. T.B. Rollins
Mr. & Mrs. M.C. Ruperti
Mr. & Mrs. H.L. Sisk & Family
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Stevens, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Howard Sykes
two hundred seventeen
ADAMS, SUSAN I.— Drill Team 3.
ADAMS, TERESA DIANE — Library Assistant 4; Pep
ASHLEY, JOHN RAY — JV Football 2,3; JV Wrestling
1 2; Track 3; Varsity Football t
ATKINS, DEBORAH KAY— DE Club 3.
BALL, SJEVE W. — Class Rep. 1; JV Baseball 1,2; JV
Football 1,2; Tennis 1 Varsity I notball i
BANAAC, DEBBY LYNETTE— Pep Club 1.
BANKER, KAREN SUE— Chorus I; Pep Club 4.
BARNES, BENJAMIN JEFFREY _ Key Club 3,4; SCA
BATEMAN, EDWARD RAY— Art Club 3; Dram.i I lub
1; Key Club I
is \> ii R ISll I I l RBI I < lass Rep I ( lerman < lub i
SCA Pres. 4; 5CA Rep. i.
LSI \( H VM. \1K\W.\ \H IOR Gymnastic - I .' Key
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BEARDEN, ROBBIN IEDWINA — Library Asst. i.
National Honor Society 3,4; Y-Teens 1.
BERRY. R. DAVID— Band 1,2,3,4.
BILLARI, WILLIAM MICHAEL — Drama Club 2;
German Club 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4,
: . I ( ross ( nuntry 1,2,3,4, Capt. 4; Indoor Track
1,2,3,4; Most Improved Runner 2; Most Valuable Cross
Country Runner 3.
BLIESE, KARL HERBERT — Debate Club 4; Band
1,2,3,4; Spanish 3,4.
BOOHER, KAREN LEIGH — Class Rep. 2; German Club
2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 2, Treas. 3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; CAA 4;
Keyettes 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4.
BOWEN, JAMES ARCHIE — Varsity Football 3.
BOYD, CHERYL LYNN— Class Rep. 2; Drill Team 3,4;
FBLA 2; Jr. Civitans 2; Pep Club 1,2; Powder Puff
Football 2,3,4; Treaty Staff 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Histo-
aQYTX-J&LLUA M MICHAEL — German Club S;
Gymnastics 1, Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4.
BRACE, CHRIS — Art Club 1,2,4.
BRACE, RICK LEE— Band 1,2,3,4; Asst. Drum Major 4;
JV Football 1; Key Club 3,4.
BRADSHAW, ELEANOR MARGARET — Debate Club 1;
Drama Club 1; Girl's State Rep. 3; Keyettes 2,3;
National Honor Society 3,4; SCA Historian 4; Executive
Council 4; Thespians 2,3,4; Historian 3; Treaty Staff
1,2,3,4; Editor 2,3,4; Ring Dance Decorations
Committee 3; Chairman Homecoming 4.
BRATTON, LINDA C. — FBLA 3.
BREEN, BERNARD S. — Band 1,2,3,4; Leo Club 3,4;
Spanish Club 4; Ring Dance Decorations Committee 3.
BREWER, FRED ALLEN — Key Club 4; National Honor
Society 3,4; Track 2,3.
BREWER, MARY ELIZABETH — German Club 2; Image
Staff 2,3, Business Mgr. 3; Class Historian 4; Pep Club
1, SCA Rep. 1.
BREWER, SUZANNE — Class Rep. 1 ; Thespians 1,2,3,4.
BRIDEN, MARCIA LYNN — Chorus 3,4; Majorette
2,3,4; Office Helper 3; SCA Rep. 2.
BRINMEV, (,KL(.,UK> SCOT] - Image Stall 4; |\
Baseball 2; JV Basketball 1,2; JV Football 1,2; Spanish
Club 2; Varsity Club 3,4; Varsity Basketball 3,4- Varsity
BROWN, TIMOTHY FRANK— Key Club 3,4; Vice-Pres.
4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4; Indoor Track 3,4.
BULLOCK, DEBRA ANN — Library Asst 1,3; Pep Club
2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2.
BULLOCK, TRINA EILENE — Drama Club 3; Powder
Puff Football 1,2,3; Spanish Club 3,4, Historian 3, Pres.
4; Thespians 3,4; Treaty Staff 3,4, Reporter 3, Associate
Editor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 3; Literary mag. 4;
Senior Class Play 4.
BULMAN, ARTHUR — Band 2; JV Football 2; Track
1,2,3,4; Varsity Football J,4; Varsity Club 4; Indoor
BURKS, MARK TIMOTHY— DE Club 4; JV Football 1,2
C3JLSQLJLJAOC_J^WARp — Cafeteria Helper 1,2;
Chorus 4; Class Rep. 2; JV Baseball 1,2; |V Football
1,2; Senior Class Council 4; Varsity Wrestling 1,2,3,4;
Varsity Club 1,2,3, 4; Most Valuable Wrestler 3,4; Most
Valuable Wrestler Jr. Olympic 4.
CARRY, PATRICIA ANN — Chorus 1 ; Drama Club 1;
Spanish 1; Thespians i.4.
CASEY BILL — German Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Jr.
Civitans 4; Key Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4,
Treas. 4; Treaty 4.
CHERRY, NANCY JANE — Jr. Civitans 3,4; Spanish
CHUDACEK, JOHN FRANCIS — Band 1,2; Drama Club
4, Treas. 4; Key Club 2,3,4, Historian 3, Vice-Pres. 4;
Scholastic Team 3; Thespians 4; Treaty Staff 4.
CLYBURN, BRENDA SUE — Chorus I; Y-Teens 4;
Clinic Helper 4.
COATES, JANICE MARIE — Drama Club 2,3,4; FHA 4;
Spanish Club 4; Thespians 4.
COFFMAN, PATRICIA ANN — Band 1,2,3,4; DE Club 4.
( <>l IMAN. PA1SY ANN Chorus (; l)l Club 2
COLEY. HILLARY ALLEN— DE Club 5,4; Gymnastics I
COLI INS, JACK W. — JV Football 3; SCA Rep. 1.
CONAWAY, SHARON JANE — Library Asst. 3,4; Pep
( lub 2, 1,4; Spanish Club 1,4.
CONNOR, DAYNA LYNN — Keyettes 2; Pep Club 2;
Thespians 2,3; Treaty Staff 4.
COONS. BARBARA A. — Debate Club 2; French Club
3; FHA 1, library Asst. 1,
COOPER, JANET FAYE — French Club 3.4, Treas. 3;
Pep Club I 2
COOPER, MARY KATHERINE — Chorus 4
COOPERSMITH, SANDRA CHARLENE — Gymnastics
' I l
CRIM, DIANA — French Club 2,3,4; |r. Civitans 1,4
Vice-Pres. 4; Pep Club 1,2; SCA Rep 1
CRUNK, GAIL ELIZABETH — Chorus 4; Drill Team
1,2,3,4, Co-Capt. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; SCA Rep.
2; Y-Teens i,4; Class Historian 4.
CULPEPPER, TERRI LYNN— Drill Team 4; Powder Putt
Football i, Tri-Hi-Y 1; Y-Teens 3,4.
DANIELS, WILLIAM SCOTT — Gymnastics 1,2; Key
Club 2,3,4, Pres 1,4; Track 1,2,3; Literary Staff 4.
DAVIS, DEBORAH DIANE — Chorus 1,2,3; Drill Team
3,4; Pep Club 2.
DAVIS, JILL ERICA— FBLA 3,4; Pep Club 2; Y-Teens 1,
DAVIS,, NANCY M.— Drama Club 1; Thespians |.
DAWS, ELAINE MARIE — FHA 1; Office Helper i; Pep
DAWSON, PATRICIA JEAN — Art Club 1,2,3; Jr.
DEAN, CHARLES — JV Football 1.
EJeXOOK^D-AVJCA. — J.V. Football 2; Key Club 3,4;
Spanish Club 3.
DEGLOW, RICHARD A. — Chorus 3,4; Class Rep 1; JV
Baseball 2,; JV Foo~fb~all 1, JV Wrestling 2; Tennis 3;
Varsity Football 2,3,4.
DENNI S, ADELE LY NN — Class Rep. 1,2,3,4; Keyettes
1,2, 3, 4~ Vice-Pres. 3; Nationa'l Honor Society 3,4; SCA
DEYNCOURT, TRACY CAROL — Pep Club 2; Powder
Puff Football 4; Y-Teens 4.
DICKINSON, JANET LOUISE— Art Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 1,
Vice-Pres. 2, Treas. 3; French Club 3, National Honor
DILDY, RICKY— Band 2, l,4
DiPACE, BETH ANN — Jr. Civitans 3,4, Sec. 4; Literary
Magazine 4; Library Assistant 1; National Honor Soci-
ety 3,4; Spanish Club 1,3,4; Treaty Staff 4.
DIXON, SUSAN CHANDLER — Art Club 4 Spanish
DODD, LINDA ANN — Chorus 4.
DOERSCH, MARK DAVID — German Club 4; Golf 4;
Ir. Civitans 4; JV Football 2, Track 2; Literary Magazine
DOMME, MARY LOUISE — Class Rep. 1; Class Vice-
pres. 3; Girls' State Alternate 3; Homecoming Court 4;
SCA Executive Council 3; Outstanding Senior 4; lunior
Marshall 3; JV Cheerleader 1,2; Miss Image Court 3;
Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; SCA Rep. 2;
Y-Teens 4; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4.
DORTON, GLYNIE A. — Chorus 3,4.
DOXEY, CLYDE LEE— Boys' State Rep. 3,4; JV Football
2,3; Track 2,3,4; Varsity Football 3; Most Valuable
DuBOIS, VERN THOMAS — Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 4.
EGAS, LARRY WAYNE — German Club 2,4; Gvmnastics
ERICKSON, GARY L. — Band 1 ,2; DE Club 4.
ESIES^-STEVE- ALAN — DE Club 4; Golt 3,4; JV
Basketball 2; Key Club 2,3.
FARIS, DARLENE SPENCER RENA — Chorus 3,4;
Powder Puff Football 2; SCA Rep. 1; Thespians 3,4;
FIORE, DEBORAH JEAN — FBLA 3; FHA 1 ; Pep Club 2.
FISHER, JULIE ANN — Pep Club 1; Powder Putt
Football 1,2,3,4; SCA Rep. 2;
1,2,3,4, Treas. 2,3,4.
FLOCK, ELIZABETH ANN —
Football 4; Y-Teens 3,4.
FOGLE, WAYNE DOUGLAS —
3,4; Ceiling and Decorating Committee for Ring Dance
FORBES, BONNIE MARLENE — Hockey 1,2,3,4, Co-
Capt. 4; Guitar Club 4; National Honor Society 3,4;
GAA4, Sec. 4.
TORBES, SARAH ELLEN — Class Rep. 2; Class Sec. 3,4;
Image Staff 3,4, Business manager 4; Pep Club 1,
Powder Puff Football 1,2,3,4' Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Chaplian
3,4; Junior Marshall 3; SCA Executive Council 3.
FOREHAND, DEBORAH JEAN — Girls' State Alternate
3; Homecoming Queen 4; |V Cheerleader 1,2, Co-
Capt. 2, Office Helper 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; SCA Rep
2; Y-Teens 3; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4, Co-Capt. 4, GAA
4; Clinic Helper 4. Outstanding Senior 4.
FOX, DEBRA LYNN — Chorus 1,2; Jr. Civitans 2.4.
FRAZIER, JULIA CAROLYN — German Club 2,3,4, Vice-
Pres. 3, Pres. 4; )r. Civitans 2; Keyettes 3,4; National
Honor Society 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2.
FREEMAN, DOROTHY ANN— Band 1,2,3,4.
FREEMAN, PHYLLIS RENAE — Chorus 2,3,4; DE Club
3; French Club 1; FHA 1,2,3; Hockey 1; Speech |.
FUGH, SUSAN ANN — DE Club 2,3; Pep Club 1
FULCHER, JOY MARIE — Chorus 1.2,3,4; FHA
Library Assistant 1; Oftice Helper.
FUNK, BRENDA JEAN— Chorus 1,4; Drill bam
FHA I. Pep Club 2.
GARCIA, MICHAEL V. — DE Club 3,4; JV Football.
GIBBS, DEBRA ANNE — Pep Club 2; Powder
Football 2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Y-Teens 4.
GIBSON, LINDA SUSAN — Chorus 1 ; FBLA 3,4.
COFF, GEORGE CAUTHORNE — Chorus 1 , JV Football
1; JV Wrestling i : Key Club 4, Track 2,3,4; Varsity Club
3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Most Outstanding Cross
Country Runner 3.4, Most Outstanding Track Runner
GORDON, KATHY LYNN — Cafeteria Helper I J I
Chorus 4; Hockey 2; Y-Teens 3.
CRAY, SHELLEY LYNN— FHA 1,2
C,REFN, CHARLES |V Basketball 2: Cross Country 4;
Varsity Basketball s 4
GRIFFITH. LYNN JOYCF — Chorus 1,2,3,4; Debate
Club 2,3; Drama Club 1 : French Uub 2,3,4; JV
Thespians 1,2; Y-Teens
FBLA 4; Powder Putt
Jr. Civitans 4; Leo Club
JACKSON, DON GREG — Chorus 4, Class Rep. 1;
Gymnastics | |\ Football 1,2.3; J.V. Wrestling 1,2;
Track 1,2,3,4; VarsiH Wrestling 3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4;
Dress Code Committee 2,3,4.
JACKSON, ROBERT CLIFTON— latin Club 4
JENNINGS, MICHAEL STEVE — J.V. Baseball 2; J.V.
Football 2; J.V. Wrestling 2,3; Senior Class Council 4,
\ d r s 1 1 \ \\ resiling 4.
JONES, CHRIS DON — German Club 2,3,4, Sgt. -al-
arms 3; J.V. Football 2; Key Club 3,4 Vice-pres 4
JONES, HENRY FRANK — Boys' State Rep. 3; German
Club 2,3,4, Hist. 3; Leo Club 3,4; SCA Officer 4, Vice-
Pres. 4; SCA Rep. 1; Scholastic Team 1,3; Track 2,3;
Varsity Wrestling 2; National Merit Semi-Finalist; Out-
standing Senior 4.
JONES, PATRICIA ANNE — Band 1,2,3,4, FBLA 4;
Ho( key 2; Majorette 3,4; All Regional Band 3.
JORDAN, SHERRY R. — Chorus 1,2,3,4; DE Club 3,4;
Library Asst. 1, Pep Club 1,2; Y-Teens i
JORGENSEN, LINDA MARIE — FBLA 4.
KECK, DEBORAH LYNN — Chorus 2 3 4.
KEHOE, KATHRYN ELIZABETH — FBLA 3; FHA 1 3 4
KENDRICK CWEN ANN — Chorus 1,2,3,4; Drill Team
3,4; Powder-Puff Football 4; Y-Teens 4.
KEYS, MARGARET M. — Pep Club 2.
KING, HAROLD GLEN — J.V. Baseball 2; J.V. Football
2; Varsity Football 3.4.
KNACK, DAVID JOHN — Class Rep. 4; German Club
2,3,4, Pres. 2; J.V. Wrestling 2,3; Key Club 2,3,4; Exec-
utive Council 4; Senior Class Council 4; Thespians 1,2;
Treaty Staff 4; Chairman Homecoming Parade 4.
KNIGHT, SUSAN FRANCES— Powder-Puft Football 4;
Y-Teens 4; GAA 4
Cheerleader 2,3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football
4; SCA Rep. 2,3; Y-Teens 3,4.
HALPRIN, SUSAN JILL — Hockey 3,4; JV Cheerleader
HANSON, DAVID SCOTT — Class Rep. 1,2; SCA
Officer 2; Varsity Baseball 1,2,3; Varsity Basketball 2.
HARDIN, PATRICIA ANN — Keyettes 2,3,4; District
Sec. 4; Decorations Committee for Ring Dance 3.
HARDY, PHYLLIS ANN — Jr. Civitans 1; Powder Puff
Football 1,2,3,4; Senior Class Council 4; Y-Teens
1,2,3,4; Pres. 4, Co-Chairman Decorations for Ring
HARPER, SHERRY LYNNE — Art Club 3,4; FBLA 3.
HARREL, DOUGLAS L. — Band 1,2,3; Debate Club 4;
Indoor Track 4.
HARRINGTON, CAY E. — Hockey 3,4; GAA 4; Vice-
Pres 4; Literary Magazine 4; National Honor Society
3,4; Treaty Staff 4.
HARRIS, BARBARA D. — Hockey 4; CAA 4.
HARRIS, BEULAH BENTON — Chorus 1,2,3,4; Pep
HARRIS, CYNTHIA CHRISTINE — Class Rep. 2.
HARRIS, DEBORAH JEAN — Class Treas. 2. Jr. Civitans
4; Spanish 4.
HARRIS, LORETTA F. — FBLA 3,4; Office Helper 1,3;
Spanish Club 2.
HASKINS, LORETTA F.— Debate Club 4; Y-Teens 4.
HASLE, VALERIE KIEL — Chorus 1,2.3. Drill Team 3;
French Club 3,4, Pres. 3, Sec. 4; Keyettes 3,4; National
Honor Society 3,4, Pep Club 1,2, Vice-pres. 2.
HAUCK, DONALD PETER — Class Pres. 2; Executive
Council 3.4; JV Basketball 1,2; Key Club 3; SCA Rep.
1,2,3; Varsity Baseball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Football 1,2,3,4;
Varsity Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Student Opportunity
Committee Chiarman 4; Student Council 3; Junior
Class Float Committee 3; Junior Class Ring Dance Dec-
orations 3; Outstanding Senior 4.
HENDRICKS, PATRICIA LEE — FBLA 3,4; Hockey 2,
Office Helper 3; Powder Puff Football 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2;
HENDRICKSON, LINDA LEE — Keyettes 3,4; National
Honor Society 3,4, Scholastic Team 2,3; Spanish Club
3,4, Sec. 4.
HICKS, CYNTHIA SUE — Class Rep. 1,2,3; Class Treas.
2; German Club 3,4, Sec. 4; Girls State Alternate 3;
Hockey 1,2,3,4, Co-Capt. 4; Keyettes 2,3,4, Sec. 3,
Vice-Pres. 4; Miss Image Court 4; National Honor So-
ciety 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Senior Class Council 4; GAA 4,
HOBSON, SUSAN VIRGINIA — Drill Team 3; Image
Slatl 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,
HOLT, SIEPHANIE VIRGINIA — Image Staff 1,2,3,4
Asst. Editor 3, Editor 4; Girls State Alternate 3. Vtiss
Image Court 4; National Honor Society 3,4; SCA Rep.
1 ; Senior Class Council 4.
HOOVER, LOIS ALYNE — Band l, |r. Civitans 1,2,3,4.
HOTCHKIN, ROBIN MELISSA — Chorus 1; Drill Team
1; Keyettes 4; Latin Club 1; Pep Club 1; Spanish Club
2,3; Thespians 4; GAA 4; Senior Class I'l.n 4
HOWARD CAROL LYNN — French Club 2,3,4, Vice-
Pres. 2,4; German Club 2. |r. Civitans 3,4, Pres. 4; Tri-
HOWARD, KOBERT DALLAS — German 2,3; Tennis
HUNI, ELIZABETH C— Chorus 1.2,3.4, Class Rep. 1;
Drill Team 3,4; Hockey l ,2.
HUNTZINCER, JAMES JOHN — Band 1; Cafeteria
HURDLE, JULIUS R. — Band 1,2,3; Chorus 4; JV Wres-
tling 1. Track 1,2,3.4. Varsity Football 18.104.22.168; Indoor
INGE, JERRY L. — JV Football 1 ; Spanish Club 1 : Track
l 2 l 4; Varsity Football 2,3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4
KNIGHT. TONI LYNETTE— Band 4.
KNOX, CAROLYN DYANN — Chorus 3,4; DE Club 2;
FHA 2,3; Hockey 2,3; National Honor Society 1; Pep
Club 1; Spanish Club 2,3.
KOSTER, GLORIA THERESE— Art Club 4; Keyettes 2.
LANKFORD, DEBBIE FAYE— FBLA 4; FHA 3,4.
LEE, ]AMES M. — Varsity Football 3.
LEE, SUZANNE — DE Club 4; Jr. Civitans 1,2,3,4;
Treaty Staff 1,2.
LEMON, BETTY YANCEY— Art Club 2,3,4; Drama 3,4;
]r. Civitans 2,3,4; Leo Club 3; Pep Club 2; Thespians 4;
Tn-Hi-Y 1; Literary Staff 4.
LOWE, WANDA GAIL — Class Rep. 1; National Honor
Society 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1.
LUKE, MARCINE FAYE — Gymnastics 1,2,3,4; Hockey
3,4; Keyettes 3; Pep Club 2; GAA 4; Guitar Club 4.
LUKE NADINE KAYE — Art Club 3,4.
LUNDY, LUANNE — l.V. Cheerleader 3; Miss Image
Court 4; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Y-Teens 3,4.
LYONS, ANN MARIE — Drama Club 4; Thespians 4;
Tn-Hi-N | ,2
MACKEY, RUDOLPH— Band 1,2,3,4; Boys' State Rep.
3; l.V. Basketball 1,2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Varsity
MADDUX, )AMES EUGENE — Art Club 4; Boys' State
Rep. 3; Class President 3,4; Key Club 3,4; National
Honor Society 3,4; Scholastic Team 1,2; Senior Class
Council 4; Thespians 4; National Merit Letter ot
Commendation 4; Dress Code Committee 2,3; Literary
Magazine 4; National Honor Society Scholarship
Nominee 4; Outstanding Senior 4.
MALE, ROBIN ELAINE — Spanish Club 4.
MASSENBERG, MIRIAN — Cafeteria Helper 1;
Representative 3; Drill Team 4, FHA 2
MASSEY, ANTHONY WAYNE — Track 3,4;
MATTHEWS, REBECCA LYNN — Class Rep, 2,3; FBLA
3, Sec. 3; Girls' State Rep. 3; J.V. Cheerleader 1,2; Co-
Captain 2; Miss Image Court 3; Miss Image 3; National
Honor Society 3,4; Office Helper 3; Pep Club 1,2 1,4;
Varsity Cheerleader 3,4, Co-Captain 4. Outstanding Se-
MAYTON, FAYE DIANE — Class Rep. 1 ; Class Sc< retar)
2; Homecoming Court 4; l.V. Cheerleader 1, Varsitv
Cheerleader 3; Pep Club 1 ; Y-Teens 1 .
McCONKEY, GLORIA )EAN — Art Club 1; DE Club 4;
Hist. 4; FBLA 3; Junior Achievements 3,
McCOY, CARROLL ELAINE — Chorus 2,3,4; DE Club
2,3; FHA 1; Pep Club'1,2.
McGOWAN, DEBORAH LYNN — Chorus 1,2,3; FBLA 3,
Chap, i, Pep Club 1
McKENNEY, BRUCE TAYLOR— Band 1,2; Boys' State
Rep. 3; ]r. Civitans 4; Key Club !,4; National Honor
Society 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country Team 2,3,4.
McLELLAN, STEVE ALLAN — Electronics Club 1; Golf
1,2; Key Club 4; Track 3; Outstanding Dralting I
McNULTY, SUELLEN ELIZABETH — FHA 1,2; Office
Helper 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1; Y-Teens 4.
MEADOW, BARBARA LYNN — Chorus 2,3,4; Class
Rep. 1; Girls' State Rep. 2,3,4; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4;
Hockey 1,2,3,4; l.V. Cheerleader 2; Pep Club 1; GAA
MEIZEL, EVERETT C. — Art Club 4; Cafeteria Helper 1;
DE Club 4; German Club I.
MIDDLETON, DENNIS A. — Cafeteria Helprt ' I
Varsity Wrestling 2,3,4.
MILLER, CORRINNE MARIE— FHA 3,4.
MILLER, MICHAEL ALLEN — German Club 2,3,4, Pres.
3; Tennis 2,3,4; Treaty Staff 1,2,3,4, Co-Editor 2, Page
MILLER, WILLIAM E. — J.V. Football 1,2,3; J.V. Wres-
tling 1,2; Varsily Wrestling !,4; Varsity Club 4.
MILLS, MICHAEL — ).V. Basketball 2; l.V. Football 1,2;
Track 1,3,4; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Varsity Football 3,4.
MILLS, MODESTEEN — DE Club 3,4, Reporter 4;
Hockey 1; Pep Club 1
MISMAS, DENNIS JAMES — Band 1,2,3; Class Rep 1;
J.V. Football 2; Key Club 4.
MITCHELL, VIRGINIA L. — Cafeteria Helper 1; Chorus
4; Class Rep. 1; Class Secretary 1; Gymnastics 1,2;
Library Asst. 1,2. ,
MOORE, GLEN W. — Band 1,2,3; Cafeteria Helper 2;
Class Rep. 2; DE Club 4; Le Club 3.
MOORE, RHONDA LOUISE — Pep Club 1,2, Sgt. -al-
arms 2; Y-Teens 1.
MORTON, MARILYN KAY — LHA 4, Tres. 4.
MOSS, ROBIN L. — Chorus 2,3,4; Treaty Stall 1;
MULLALY, MARY MARGARET — Drama Club 3,4;
Spanish Club 1, Thespians 4.
MYERS, CAROL L. — Drill Team 4, J.V. Cheerleader 1;
Powder-Puft Football 2,5,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3,
NEILL, DEBORAH LYNN — Cafeteria Helper 2; FBLA 3;
German Club 1,2.
NORMAN, DIANNE LEE— DE Club 4; FHA 1,3,4, Chap
1,3,4; Pep Club 3.
NORVILLE ROY ALBERT— Key Club 3,4, Treasurer 4.
NOYES, GAYLE KATHRYN — Gymnastics 1,2,3,4;
Thespians 2,3,4; Y-Teens 4.
PAINTER, KAREN RAE — DE Club 2,3,4, President 4,
Vice-President 3; Student of the Year for District One
4; DECA Sweetheart 4.
PARKER, CHERYL LEIGH — Drill Team 3,4; Keyettes 4;
Thespians 4; Drama Club 2,3,4.
PARKER, DEBORAH NAN — Officer Helper 3; Pep
Club 1,2; Powder Puff Football 3,4; Spanish Club 1;
Treaty Staff 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; GAA 4.
PARKER, DONNA JEAN — FBLA 3; Y-Teens 4.
PASCHALL, WILLIAM HERBERT— Boys' State Rep. 3;
JV Basketball 1,2; Varsity Baseball 1,2,3,4; Varsity
Basketball 3,4; Varsity Football 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club
1,2,3,4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Outstanding Senior 4.
PASSARIS, MICHELE STAMATIA — Keyettes 2, Tres.
3,4; Spanish Club 3.
PAULETTE, POLLY PAGE — Chorus 4, Library Asst. 2,3;
Pep Club 2.
PAYNTER, WILLIAM WALLACE — German Club 1;
Gymnastics 2,3; JV Wrestling 2.
PEARL, MICHELE GAIL— Art Club 4; Hockey 3.
PETERSON, GENTRY ARNAZ — Art Club 4; Class Rep.
4 Class Vice-Pres. 1; SCA Rep. 1; Varsity Basketball
3,4; Science Club I.
PETERSON, WILLIAM HAROLD— Band 1,2,3,4.
PICARD, JERRY ROGER — Gymnastics 1,2,3,4; JV
Football 1; Track 1; Varsity Club 4.
PINKHAM, JUDY LOUISE — Acapella Chorus 4; Library
Asst. 2; Pep Club 2.
PINSON, ROCHELLE LYNN — Drama Club I,
Gymnastics 1,2; Pep Club 2; Thespians 2.
POMPLUN, NANCY ELLEN — Drama Club; |r. Civitans
2,3,4; Keyettes 2,3,4, Hist. 3; Thespians 2,3,4; Ring
Dance Decorating Committee 3.
RAMIRES, MIKE WAYNE — JV Wrestling 2,3; Varsity
REED, ALAN B. — Band 1,2,3,4; All Regional Band 3;
All Virginia Band 3.
REMICCI, THERESA ANN — Class Rep. 2,3,4; Class
Vice-President 4; Drill Team 3,4; National Honor Soci-
ety 3,4; Powder Puff Football 2,3,4; SCA Rep 2,3,4; Se-
nior Class Council 4; Head Chairman of Ring Dance
Committee 3; Y-Teens 2,3,4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Vice-Pres.
4; Outstanding Senior 4.
RHOADS, JAMES RILEY — JV Baseball 1,2; . JV
Basketball 1; JV Football 2; Varsity Basketball 4;
Varsity Football 3.4: Varsitv Club 4
RICHARDSON, EDWIN BRUCE — DE Club 3.
RICHEGELS, CHRIS J. — JV Wrestling 3; Varsity Wres-
RIDDELL, BARBARA E.— Pep Club 2.
RIMARSKI, TERESA MARIE — FHA 3; Office Helper
1,2, Pep Club 2.
ROBINSON, CHERYL LYNN — Cafeteria Helper 3,4;
FBLA 3; Library Asst. 1 ; Pep Club 1,2.
ROMEO, MARY LOUISE — Cafeteria Helper 3; FBLA
2,3; FHA 1 ; Pep Club 1; Y-Teens I
ROUGHTON, DAVID BRUCE — Golf 1,2,3,4; |V
Basketball 1,2; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 4;
Varsity Basketball 3,4.
RUPERTI, MEL— Cafeteria Helper 1,2; Chorus 4; Class
Rep. 3; JV Basketball 2; Varsity Baseball 1,2,3,4; Varsity
RUSSELL, MICHELE — Drill Team 4; Library Asst. 1.
SABINE, DEBRA LEE — Drama Club 2; Jr. Civitans 2,3;
Guitar Club 4; Thespians 3, Vice-Pres. 3.
SALYERS, ERNEST — DE Club 1,2,3.
SAMS, DEBRA LEE — Keyettes 3,4; Pep Club 2.
SANDERSON, GALE — Chorus 4; DE Club 3; FHA 1,2;
Hockey 1; Library Asst. 2.
SASSER, WILLIAM LINDSAY — Class Rep. 2; French
Club 3; Key Club 4; National Honor Society (,4.
SCARPER, RICHARD WAYNE — Cafeteria Helper 1;
Chorus 4; Class Vice-Pres. 2; Varsity Baseball 1,2,3,4;
Varsity Football 1,2,3,4; Va'rsily Wrestling 1,2,3,4;
Varsity Club 1,2,3,4.
SCHMITT, CATHY MARGARET — Gymnaslus :,
Powder-Puff Football 2,3; Y-Teens 2,3.
SEITZ, MARY JEANNE — National Honor Society 3,4;
SHANNON, )AMES HOWARD — Chorus 4;
1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4.
SHEPHERD, DEBORAH LEE — Drama
SHERER DONALD RAY— Varsity Wrestling 3.
SIMMER, DEBORAH ANN — Class Tres. 3; Drill Team
1; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2; National Honor Soci-
ety 3,4; Powder-Puff Football 4; Y-Teens 3,4.
SMELSER, VALERIE MARIE — Chorus 4; Drama Club 3;
Library Asst. 1 ; SCA Rep. 1 ; Thespians 3,4, Tres. 4.
SMITH, ANITA LYNN — FBLA 4; FHA 1, Office Helper
1,2; Powder-Puff Football 1; Y-Teens 4; Ring Dance
Decoration Committee 3.
SMITH, DONNA LYNN — Pep Club 2.
SMITH, JANET S. — Class Rep 2; Drama club I; FHA
1,2; German Club 2; Image Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2;
Powder Puff Football 4; Y-Teens 2,3,4.
SMITH, MARILYN KAY— German Club 2,3; Hockey i;
National Honor Society 3,4.
SNOWDEN, WANDA LEE — FHA 1,2,3,4; Hockey 4;
SNYDER, JAMIE LYNN — Band 1,2;
4; Keyettes 3,4; Literary Maga/inc !
SOREY, LINDA MAE — Chorus 4;
Powder Puff Football 4; Y-Teens 4.
SOVOCOOL, ELIZABETH ANN -
Keyettes 4; Pep Club 3.
SPIGNER, DEBORAH TERESA — Class Rep. 1; FBLA 3,4
Vice-Pres. 4; Pep Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2.
STANCIL, CASSANDRA ALFREDA — Drill Team 3,4
Tres. 4; Girls' State Rep. 3; National Honor Society 3,4,
Sec. 4; SCA Tres. 4; Spanish Club 3,4; 3rd in District
Forensic Meet 2,3; Color Guard tor Band 2; Outstand-
ing Senior 4.
SPARK, MICHAEL RAYMOND — Art Club 4; Camera
Club 2,!, 4; Gymnastics 2,3; JV Football 1,2; JV Wres-
tling 1,2; Treaty Staff 2,3,4; Varsity Wrestling 2.
STEVENS, DALE ELLEN — Chorus 2,3,4; Image Staff 4;
Chorus 3,4; FBLA
Office Helper 3;
- Band 1; GAA
Keyettes 3,4; Treas. 3; National Honor Society 3,4;
Spanish Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3.
STEWARD, JOEL SCOTT— Drama Club 1; Image Staff
4; Key Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish
Club 1,3,4; Tennis 1; Track 2.
STONE, LILLIAN EUGENIA — Latin Club 1; Powder
Puff Football 4; Y-Teens 3,4.
STRANGE, KIM A. — French Club 3.
STUBLEN, IOHN C. — DE Club 3.
SYKES, CAROL NATHETTE — Homecoming Court 4
Keyettes 3,4; Pres. 4; National Honor Sociely 3,4
Powder Puff Football 1,2; SCA Rep. 1; Senior Class
Council 3,4, Tri-Hi-Y 2; Y-Teens 1; Ring Dance Deco-
rations Committee 3; SCA Executive Council 3,4; Prom
Decorations Committee 4.
TABRON, BARBARA BEATRICE — Chorus 1,2; DE Club
4; French Club 2; FHA 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1.
TALL, CINDY RUTH — Chorus 1,2,3,4; FBLA 3; )r.
Civitans 4; Library Assistant 3; Pep Club 2.
TALMACE, PATTI JO — Band 1,2,5.4.
TAYLOR, LARRY |OE — Chorus 3,4; Electronics Club
2; Gymnastics 2,3; Library Assistant 3; Pep Club 4;
Varsity Club; Varsity Cross Counlry.
TAYLOR, PHIL J.— JV Basketball 1; )V Football 1,2,3;
TAYLOR, REEVES R. — JV Football 3; Spanish 3; Tennis
TAYLOR, ROBERT LOUIS — Debate Club 4; JV Base-
ball 1,2, JV Basketball 1,2; Treaty Staff 3,4; Varsity
Baseball 3,4; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Varsity Football
2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4.
TEAGLE, GARY KENNETH — Chorus 4; JV Wrestling
1,2; Key Club 3; Tennis 2,3.4; Varsity Wrestling 3,4;
Varsity Club 4.
THOMAS, DREAMA LYNN— Chorus 2,4; DE Club 4.
THOMAS, KATHLEEN MARY — Chorus 1,2; French
Club 3; Keyettes 3.
TIERNEY, KATHRYN J. — Drill Team 3,4; Hockey 2;
Office Helper 4; Powder-Putf Football 2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2;
TODD, MARY ANNE — Drill Team 3,4; FBLA 2, Histori-
an 2; Pep Club 1; Y-Teens 2,4.
TRENT, JAMES LEE — DE Club 4; JV Football 1,2;
Varsity Wrestling 2.
TYSON, CAROLYN LEE — Chorus 1,2,3,4; Drill Team 2;
Pep Club 1.
UNDERWOOD, SHARON BRAY — Class Council 3;
Pep Club 3; Powder-Puff Football 3,4; SCA Rep 3;
Y-Teens 3,4; Varsity Cheerleader 3; JV Cheerleader 1,2.
URSO, THOMAS G. — Band 1,2,3,4.
UZZLE, LIZ M. — Chorus 2,3; FHA 1; Hockey 1; Cafe-
teria Helper 1; Office Helper 4; Pep Club 1; Spanish
VERGET, PAMELA ANNETTE — Class Rep. 2 Powder
Puff Football 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4 Historian 4..
WADE, ELIZABETH M.— Keyettes 1 N.H.S. 3,4.
WADE, JANET KATHERINE — F.B.L.A. 2 Pep Club 1;
Pd. Pt. Football 2,3,4 Y-Teens 2,3,4.
WADE, JOANN ELFREDA — F.B.L.A. 2 Pep Club 1; Pd.
Pf. Football 2,3,4 Y-Teens 2,3,4.
WALKER, CYNTHIA ANN — Chorus 3,4 Class Rep. 1;
Keyettes 3; Pd. Pf. Football 4; Spanish Club 3 pres.
WENGER, DEBORAH A. — Chorus 1; N.H.S. 3,4
Spanish Club 3 Jr. Civ. 3,4.
WERNICK, BETH ANN — Drill Team 1,2; F.B.L.A. 2.
WETHERINGTON, WALTER — Chorus 3,4 Class Rep. 1;
Gymnastics 1; J.V. Baseball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4 V.
Baseball 3,4 Wrestling (,2,4; V. Club 3,4; Senior Class
WHITE, STEPHEN CRAIG — Electronics Club 3; Track
2; Varsity Football 3.
WHITE, TIMOTHY WAYNE — Band 1, 2, Gymnastics
2,3,4; Guitar Club 4
WHITE, WILLIAM HARRISON — Band 1,2,3,4; l.V.
Football 1; Varsitv Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Varsily Club
WHITEHURST, BILLIE MARIE— Library Asst. 1,2,3; Pep
Club 1,2; Y-Teens 4; Jr. Civitan 2.
WILKERSON, PATRICIA ANN — Drill Team 3; Library
WILLIAMS, DEBRA E. — Keyettes 2,3; National Honor
Sociely 3,4; Guitar Club 4.
WILLIAMS, DENISE KIM — Chorus 4; Pep Club 1.
WILLIAMS, JAMES DENNIS — Chorus 3; Class Rep. 2;
Colt I; J.V. Basketball 1,2,3; J.V. Football 2,3; J.V.
Wrestling 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4.
WILLIAMS, SHARON LEE — Class Treasurer 4; SCA
Council 3,4; Class Historian 3; National Honor Society
3,4; Powder-Puff Football 1,2,3,4; SCA rep. 1; Senior
Class Council 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Sec. 4; Junior Class
Council 3; Junior Marshall 3.
WILSON, LINDA DRU — Art Club 4; Class Rep. 2,3;
GAA 4; National Honor Society 3,4.
WILSON, SANDY LEIGH — Chorus 4; Class Rep 3;
French Club 1; Jr. Civitans 2,3; Pep Club 2; SCA Rep.
2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3.
WINGROVE, PAMELA LEIGH — Drill Team 3,4, Vice-
Pres. 4; Library Asst. 2,3; Y-Teens 4.
WINTERS, PATTI LYNNE — Drill Team 1; Hockey 3;
Powder-Puff Football 3; Y-Teens 1,3.
YOUNG, MICHAEL EDWARD — Chorus 4; J.V. Base-
ball 2; J.V. Wrestling 2; Varsity Football 2,3,4; Captain
4; Varsity Club 2,3,4, Chairman 4.
YARBOROUGH, ROBERT WILLIAM — J.V. Football 1,2;
Varsity Football 3.
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